What is the difference between laminated glass and insulated laminated glass in impact windows?

Insulated windows are made with a type of glass referred to as “laminated glass.” Laminated glass consists of two panes of glass which are bonded to a special inner layer. When the glass is struck, the pieces remain attached to this inner layer, which continues to protect the home from flying debris, wind, and rain.

Insulated laminated glass also has a third pane of glass, and there is an air-tight sealed space between the third pane of glass and the glass bonded to the inner membrane.  This space is a powerful insulator. It helps keep the temperature in your home constant in spite of changes in the temperature outdoors. While regular laminated glass helps to lower your energy bills and blocks UV rays, insulated laminated glass is even more effective.

To find out if insulated laminated glass is right for your home, visit www.StormguardWindowandDoor.com or call 561.594.1540 today!

What is the difference between laminated glass and insulated laminated glass in impact windows? was last modified: April 7th, 2017 by StormGuard
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