Plate Glass For Your Lincoln Home or Business
Plate glass, like most other glass used in buildings, is not that great of an insulator. The rate at which it allows heat to pass through is basically dependent only on its thickness. If you have old windows, but would rather keep them than replace them, there are a few things you can do to insulate the space around them (and save a few bucks on heating and cooling costs in the process).
Probably the fastest and easiest way to hinder heat transfer is to add another layer of protection. A set of thick drapes or tight blinds installed over an old window will create an air buffer, making it more energy efficient. Installing storm windows is another effective way to create an additional layer of protection and insulation.
You can also refurbish the frame of the old window and fill in gaps along the way. Loose glass can be stabilized in the frame using putty. Examine the frame and look for any places where air could seep through. The seam between the wall and the window trim is often a problem area that can be filled with caulk. After a bit of weatherproofing, you may find that the frame, not the glass, was the bigger culprit in heat transfer.
If you need help with plate glass, give the experts at J&J Screen & Glass a call today!
J&J Screen & Glass - Plate Glass
Our Placer County plate glass experts service all types of residential homes and commercial buildings with complete knowledge and expertise. The experience of our installation pros sets us apart from our competition. We specialize in window installation, window replacement, glass repair, screen doors, screen windows, sun screens, safety glass, mirror repair, frameless glass shower doors, custom mirrors, patio doors, insulated glass, tempered glass, screen repair, commercial storefront glass window installation, glass tabletops, commercial glass doors and more!
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