Energy-efficient windows are a solution thanks to which heat will not "escape" from your home at a fast pace. This is very important during the heating period - less heat loss means lower heating bills at the same time.

Probably each of us dreams about spending as little money as possible on heating our house. There are many factors that determine how much heat escapes from a building. One of the basic ones is window joinery. Leaky or incorrectly installed windows cause a lot of heat to be released from rooms, which requires longer or more intensive heating and considerable expenses. When buying windows it is worth to choose the energy-saving ones.

Which elements are decisive for energy efficiency?

Compared to standard woodwork, energy-saving windows can reduce heat loss almost twice as much as standard. For example, assuming that the total area of windows in a given building is 30 square meters, the annual heat loss in the case of standard window joinery will amount to 2808 KWh, while in the case of energy-efficient joinery it will be only 1512 KWh. This single example clearly illustrates the importance of energy-efficient window joinery in reducing heat loss in a building.

The basic element that affects the energy efficiency of the windows are the glazing. This is because glass is a much better insulator than window frames. Therefore, a good solution here are multi-chamber windows, which will guarantee very beneficial effects in terms of thermal insulation. In addition, the multi-chamber construction is always a much better stability of the whole window. If you want to buy energy-saving multi-chamber windows, it is worthwhile to use the Solo Group's offer. Their products are available in showrooms, including the window showroom in Rzeszów. The Bluevolution 92 window profile is definitely worth recommending. This line of windows was created especially for energy-efficient and passive buildings. Bluevolution 92 is a 6-chamber construction and 92 mm installation depth - this solution provides extremely high thermal insulation. It is a window profile that significantly contributes to the reduction of heating costs.

In energy-efficient windows, the spaces between the panes are filled with noble gas, which conducts heat much less than air. This is another factor that affects the thermal insulation of windows. Window frames are very important, of course. Adequate installation depth is an important issue here. In energy-saving windows it should be at least 70 mm. Greater depth of the building is at the same time the possibility of using more chambers and wider glazing packages in the construction of windows.

The purchase of energy-saving windows is an ideal solution for many years of use. It is a great convenience, always warm rooms and at the same time much less expenditure on heating the building.

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