In our house, we install energy-efficient double-glazed (4-16Ar-4) windows with a mirror effect on the outside. During the day, no one can see what is going on inside, which gives you more peace of mind and security. It also helps to cope with the heat from the sun in sunny weather. It is always comfortable without extra costs for heating and cooling both in winter and summer.
Due to the use of high-quality double-glazed windows and a special technology for attaching to the frame, double-glazed windows always remain transparent. Even in severe frost outside, they are not covered with condensate.
We use energy efficient technologies in every element and here is why it is important:
Reduces energy costs: Energy-efficient double-glazed windows help reduce energy costs by reducing heat loss in the winter and heat gain in the summer. This results in lower heating and cooling costs.
Increases comfort: Double-glazed windows provide improved insulation, which can lead to a more comfortable indoor environment.
Improves indoor air quality: Energy-efficient windows can reduce air infiltration, which helps improve indoor air quality by reducing drafts, allergens, and pollutants.
4 Enhances energy efficiency: Energy-efficient windows have a lower U-value, which measures the amount of heat that is lost through the window.
Reduces noise pollution: Double-glazing can help reduce noise pollution by providing a barrier between the interior of the home and external noise sources.
6 Increases durability: Energy-efficient windows are typically made from high-quality materials and are designed to be more durable than single-paned windows.
By using energy-efficient double-glazed windows in a house, you can enjoy improved comfort, indoor air quality, and energy efficiency, while also reducing energy costs and noise pollution.
Thanks to the use of high-quality double-glazed windows and a special technology for attaching to the frame, double-glazed windows always remain transparent. They are not covered with condensate even in extreme cold outside.
Disadvantages of using PVC awnings in geodesic domes.
PVC awnings, which are widely used as holiday homes, have a significant drawback. They are not habitable in winter. The windows are covered with ice. The walls are threatened by mold. Heating such domes is not economically viable. The transparency of such tents is not ideal.