Double Glazing consists of two layers of glass with a spacer in between. The spacer
contains a desiccant This acts as a drying agent, keeping the window free from moisture.
The space between the two layers of glass is sealed and contains air or a gas, such
as argon. The seal is important. If this is compromised, moisture can form on the
inside of the glass.
The air (or argon) gap acts as an insulation layer. The result is improved insulation
from the elements outside your home. Thus your home is warmer in winter, cooler
in summer and condensation is virtually eliminated.
The Double Glazing Company uses what we believe are the best quality double glazing
units available in New Zealand. These are manufactured by our suppliers, members
of The Insulating Glass Unit Manufacturers Association of NZ (IGUMA).