Australian Glass and Glazing windows and doors are used in many types of residential and light commercial construction; from schools, churches and office parks to apartment buildings, assisted living facilities and hotels. Australian Glass and Glazing uPVC windows and doors are constructed in much the same way as aluminum or wood windows, but with a chambered vinyl extrusion forming the frame around the glass, providing energy efficiency, durability and low maintenance. They also look amazing and uPVC windows in Adelaide are a great investment. To ensure quality construction and window performance, Australian Glass and Glazing windows are certified by a third-party program and independent testing laboratory according to stringent Australian industry standards (AS2047).
- Australian Glass and Glazing double glazed windows and doors system will save you on energy costs.
- Its multi-chambered and double-glazed windows system perform 4.5 times better than traditional aluminum alternatives.
- uPVC windows and doors perform extremely well in comparison to alternative framing materials in energy and thermal efficiency ratings. Energy-efficient windows mean lower heating and cooling costs for a home or building owner, as well as environmental benefits. uPVC as a material is not a conductor of heat and cold, and hollow chambers within the frame provide thermal barriers that further block heat transfer.
- Our Double Glazed Windows will preserve most of the 37% of household energy that is lost through windows
Conserving the environment is everyone's priority. The Australian Glass and Glazing windows are 100% recyclable. Not only can they be recycled up to seven times, but their energy efficient manufacture process uses three times less energy than aluminum windows and two times less than timber models.
Noisy traffic or neighbors are no longer a problem with Australian Glass and Glazing system sound reducing windows. Double Glazed window system is proven to reduce outside noise, certified 36-43db using appropriate glass. Our uPVC materials and multi-chamber construction feature the most advanced performance in sound insulation in the market.