By replacing your glass with Saver Glass, you can reduce your heat loss, save money on your heating bills and help make your home eco-friendlier.
Here at Saver Glass Ltd we are committed as a company to save you money! We test glass in windows in domestic properties to ascertain what rating they are and achieve an excellent standard that will effectively reduce your heat loss and save you money on your heating bills and help make your home eco-friendlier.
If you are experiencing any of the following, Saver Glass can help you...
High heating energy bills?
Condensation becoming a problem?
Windows misting up
Cold rooms & Drafty windows
Do not want to pay a fortune? We have the answer for you!
- We can replace the glass in your existing frames!
- We refurbish the frames and replace the glass with low-e glass helping you save money.
- Replacing the upvc frames is not good for the environment or your pocket.
- Why spend money replacing something you already own!
- We carry out a full refurbishment on your existing upvc frames free of charge with your low-e glass replacement.
- Our friendly reliable team are here to assist you with all your needs.
- We can save you up to 68% of your heat loss through the windows in your home!
- Sick of throwing your hard-earned cash out of the window?
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LOW E COATING
LOW EMISSIVITY GLASS
Low-E coatings have been developed to minimize the amount of ultraviolet and infrared light that can pass through glass without compromising the amount of visible light that is transmitted.
Low Emissivity Glass
Low-E coatings have been developed to minimize the amount of ultraviolet and infrared light that can pass through glass without compromising the amount of visible light that is transmitted
Save money on your Energy Bills
We can save you up to 68% of your heat loss through the windows in your home!
We offer a unique service with a quick turn around from enquiry to quotation.
More affordable and environmentally friendly than replacing your UPVC frames
When heat or light energy is absorbed by glass, it is either shifted away by moving air or re-radiated by the glass surface. The ability of a material to radiate energy is known as emissivity. In general, highly reflective materials have a low emissivity and dull darker coloured materials have a high emissivity. All materials, including windows, radiate heat in the form of long-wave, infrared energy depending on the emissivity and temperature of their surfaces.
Radiant energy is one of the important ways heat transfer occurs with windows. Reducing the emissivity of one or more of the window glass surfaces improves a window’s insulating properties.
This is where low emissivity (or low-e glass) coatings come into play. Low-E glass has a microscopically thin, transparent coating—it is much thinner than a human hair—that reflects long-wave infrared energy (or heat). Some low-e’s also reflect significant amounts of short-wave solar infrared energy.
When the interior heat energy tries to escape to the colder outside during the winter, the low-e coating reflects the heat back to the inside, reducing the radiant heat loss through the glass. The reverse happens during the summer. To use a simple analogy, low-e glass works the same way as a thermos. A thermos has a silver lining, which reflects the temperature of the drink it contains.
The temperature is maintained because of the constant reflection that occurs, as well as the insulating benefits that the air space provides between the inner and outer shells of the thermos, similar to an insulating glass unit. Since low-e glass is comprised of extremely thin layers of silver or other low emissivity materials, the same theory applies.