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Glazing Types and Internal Blinds

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Glazing Types and Internal Blinds

Glazing types

There are various types of glass used for domestic and commercial construction. All glazing supplied by Affordable Windows Ltd represents superior performance and advanced thermal insulation. 

Choosing the right glass is equally as important as its outer-frame. Our glass units not only comply, but exceed current building regulations by improving whole window U values for all frame types- particularly suited to residential and commercial new build applications. 

Our glass units offer considerable reductions in heating bills, environmentally friendly solutions, given the lower CO2 emissions, eliminates cold areas around the windows resulting in greater comfort, reduces incidence of condensation on the inner pane and has a neutral appearance in both transmission and reflection. 

Listed below are just some of the engineering properties of glass.

  • Transparency
  • Strength
  • Workability
  • Transmittance
  •  U values 
  • Recycling properties

Click on the mixed glazing solutions to the side for more information regarding different glass types.

Integral Blinds

Integral blinds are permanently sealed within the cavity of double glazed units. Our Uni-blinds are unrivalled in the control of light and shade and is the only viable option for light control in bi folding doors and sliding doors. However; due to their pleasing aesthetics; is a great accessory for any window and door installation. 

The highly innovative Uni-Blind system can be operated both manually or electronically.  Solar control is also available on request. 

Integral blinds eliminate the need for cleaning and maintenance and offer a selection of colours and operational options to suit any home. 

Click on the integral blind link to the side to read more information.


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