Vacuum glazing is an advanced technology that offers improved thermal and acoustic insulation for homes. This glazing can be installed in completely new timber framed windows, or integrated into period properties through our restoration process. Meaning that period properties can retain the charm and aesthetics of their era, whilst benefiting from groundbreaking 21st century technology.
With a thermal insulation value of less than 0.5W/m2K, our ultra slim vacuum glazing is nearly twice as efficient than triple glazing, and ten times more than single glazing. It minimises heat loss during colder months and reduces heat gain during warmer seasons. This maintains a more stable and comfortable indoor temperature, reducing the reliance on heating and cooling systems and, ultimately, lowering energy costs.
In addition to its exceptional thermal insulation properties, vacuum glazing also provides enhanced soundproofing. The vacuum layer between the glass panes acts as a buffer, effectively dampening external noise and creating a quieter indoor environment. This is especially beneficial for buildings located in busy areas or near major roads.
Vacuum glazing is as thin as a single pane of glass, resulting in a more aesthetically pleasing design. This is perfect for period properties, where planning restrictions may be in place and approval from the local authority is required.
The benefits of vacuum glazing:
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We were delighted with the service offered by all members of the ERW team – helpful, patient, professional and courteous. Even though the windows were not the cheapest we are very happy with them. Well Done!
Mr & Mrs M, Stockton on Tees
My wife and I are delighted with the work you carried out on the windows. You completed the work most efficiently, to our agreed time scale. Your dealings with us from initial enquiry to completion, were first class. I would most certainly have no hesitation in recommending your firm to others, and will be in touch in late spring to initiate further work – on our upstairs front windows.
Mr C, Middlesbrough
We were very happy with the quality of the workmanship, workforce were excellent, working non stop until job was finished. All were friendly and helpful too.
Mr & Mrs B, Middlesbrough
I just wanted to send you our thanks for yet another superb installation yesterday by Dan and crew……(our ‘phase 3’). The face-lift to our property this year has been a true transformation and your installers are always so courteous and helpful. Five star service
Mr U, Stokesley
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