Annealed, Low-e, Tempered, Reflective Glass

At Argo Window Repair, we believe in providing our customers with comprehensive knowledge about the various types of glass available for windows and doors. Understanding the differences between annealed, low-e, tempered, and reflective glass can help you make informed decisions for your property.

Annealed Glass: The Standard Choice

  • Basics: Annealed glass is the basic form of glass after manufacturing, cooled slowly to relieve internal stresses.
  • Usage: Ideal for standard windows not subjected to high stress or temperatures.

Low-E Glass: Energy Efficiency Champion

  • Technology: Low-emissivity (low-e) glass is coated with a thin metallic layer that reflects heat while allowing light to pass through.
  • Benefits: Excellent for energy conservation, reducing heating and cooling costs in your property.

Tempered Glass: Safety and Strength

  • Process: Tempered glass is heat-treated to be stronger than standard annealed glass and shatters into small, blunt pieces if broken.
  • Application: Perfect for safety-critical areas like doors, bathrooms, and near the floor windows.

Reflective Glass: Privacy and Comfort

  • Features: Reflective glass is coated with a metallic layer that reflects sunlight, reducing glare and heat.
  • Advantages: Ideal for buildings in sunny climates, offering privacy during the day while keeping interiors cool.

Why Choose Us?

Choosing the right type of glass can enhance the safety, efficiency, and appearance of your property. Argo Window Repair offers expert advice and services to install, repair, or replace various types of glass, ensuring you get the best fit for your needs.

Whether you're looking to improve energy efficiency, enhance safety, or simply upgrade your property's aesthetics, our team at Argo Window Repair is here to help. Contact us today to learn more about our services and how we can assist you in choosing the right type of glass for your windows and doors.

Window play a significant role in building’s appearance, but more than that – good system is necessary to achieve a good functionality of a space.

This means, namely, brightness indoors – money saving, since artificial lightning is used less. Good window improve energy-efficiency – let no drafts and less use of heating in winter and less conditioning and stuffiness in summer.