The Central West has a great climate, well at least for 6 months of the year. In autumn and spring we don’t need to be concerned with
extreme temperatures, however on the other hand summers are quite warm and winters are a bit cool. At Glassplace they have Low E grey tinted glass, which performs well in both summer and winter. So how does Low E tinted glass work? Low E grey glass cuts
down the “U value” of a window or door. This is the amount of heat moving through the glass due to the difference in temperature
inside, to outside of your home or office. Low E glass can reduce your heating bill and your cooling costs.
Low E grey glass also reduces the total solar radiation coming through the glass. This is the Solar Heat Gain Co-efficient or SHGC. And it reduces glare. This makes your home more comfortable in summer. The lower the numbers, the more benefit you will get from Low
E glass. Now you are probably a bit confused, but if you want to know more, come into Glassplace’s new showroom in Clarke St Parkes.
They will show you examples of Low E Glass in full sized windows so you can see how it looks. Then you can have a go at our Radiant heat display to actually feel the difference Low E glass can make to your home. COME ON IN!