When installing Windows, people think about their aesthetics and reliability. But few people take into account the parameters of energy saving. IMZO experts tell you what energy-saving Windows are made of and how they help reduce heating costs.
Conventional Windows lose up to 40% of the heat stored in the room. In homes where energy-saving double-glazed Windows are installed, the level of heat loss through the Windows is reduced to 10%. This optimizes the cost of heating and cooling rooms, as well as reduces the harmful impact on the environment.
These Windows use low-emission glass (i-glass). A special silver coating is applied to the inner surface: it passes light rays, but does not allow molecules of warm or cold air to leave the room. Thus, the air of the desired temperature remains inside for a long time.
Silver coating acts as a reflector for harmful infrared radiation from the street. Also, low-emission glass does not pass long-wave radiation. Hot or cold air from the street will not affect the room temperature through the Windows. Therefore, the room will be cooler in summer and warmer in winter. In this case, i-glass is as transparent as ordinary glass.
Inside the energy-saving packages is an inert gas argon. Its density is higher than the oxygen density, so these double-glazed Windows pass less noise and cold. At the same time, argon is absolutely safe for humans and remains transparent for a long time.
People who install energy-saving double-glazed Windows spend less money on heating and cooling rooms. The room has a comfortable temperature for a long time, and there is no need to leave a constantly working air conditioner or heater. The air is not over-dried, which has a beneficial effect on the health of others. Be sure to pay attention to the power saving options when selecting Windows.