We have double-glazing at our house that will need replacing soon, as it is nearly 20 years old and some of it is starting to get draughty, while some of the windows have gotten jammed so cannot be opened.
What is the difference between double-glazing and triple-glazing when it comes to price, and what it actually does? Is it worth the extra outlay?
Our home is semi-detached, has three bedrooms with four bigger windows to replace, and four smaller ones.
Triple-glazing is a newer option to double-glazing that is meant to give even greater protection
Grace Gausden, This is Money, replies: Many homes now have double-glazing which adds an extra layer of protection, keeping the heat in with the added benefit of minimising outside noise.
However, those thinking to the future may opt for triple or even quadruple glazing, despite the added expense.
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