Whether your windows are made of wood, pvc or aluminum, whether it’s a skylight or a door, replacing the thermos will allow you to put your windows back in good condition while making big savings compared to traditional window replacement. Generally, the structure of your window is still very good and there is no need to replace it. By replacing the glazing only, you will increase the lifespan of your windows, save good money and contribute to the environment.
Although the visual appearance of the glass is pretty much always the same, there are several types of glass to meet different needs. For example, if you wish to increase or decrease solar gain, low-e films are the best choice. They will help block some of the sun’s short waves to avoid overheating the room or, conversely, prevent heat loss in winter.
Do you live near a busy road, an airport or a source of disturbing noise? Laminated glass will be the ideal option for you in addition to reducing discoloration caused by UV rays.
Tempered glass, also known as safety glass, is a more resistant glass used mainly in patio doors, entrance doors and windows that are too close to the ground. It is also regularly found in skylights.
As long as you are replacing your thermos, it is possible to modify the aesthetic aspect of your property by opting to add or remove tiles.
It is therefore advisable to deal with experts who will come to your home to properly evaluate your needs. Entrust the maintenance of your windows to conscientious people who will be able to identify the type of glass you have and offer you the best possible replacement choice.
That’s why Solution Thermo always comes to your home for a free evaluation of your windows, in addition to offering you a wide range of related services such as hardware, replacement of weatherstripping, repair or addition of screens, caulking, door inserts and more.