Efficient windows: what’s new? Gilbert Glass has a lot to share with you! The glass industry constantly evolves, and it is extremely important for our customers and suppliers to stay abreast of the latest changes in the glass window production field. Today, we want to pay some attention to the way glass windows should be incorporated in new buildings. This is a new topic, since today’s glass industry professionals emphasize the importance of constant collaboration between them and their construction industry colleagues. We know that designing new homes is not an easy task. Even more difficult is the task of building a new home that is harmonious and safe. This is why it is essential to consider the question of windows and glass at the earliest stages of the construction process.
What do you need to know if you are going to build a new home for yourself? First, your windows must meet the energy code requirements for your zone. Ask Gilbert Glass to explain the benefits and principles of energy-efficient glass window design. Second, you must ensure that the glass windows you choose for your new home utilize the benefits of natural energy, including sunlight, to the fullest but do not distort the way your new home looks. Window performance is being influenced by a variety of factors, which include but are not limited to climate and location, shading conditions and window orientation, window area and location in your new home, window type and even the way your window is installed. We at Gilbert Glass pay considerable attention to all these things. You will not have to worry about the quality of your windows and your comfort in the house. For example, if your house is south-oriented, optimize orientation to get most of your windows on the south side of your home. This way, you will get plenty of warmth and sunlight to keep your home warm during cold times. Remember, that when it comes to glass windows, it is always better to trust the business to distinguished professionals: we at Gilbert Glass are ready to fulfill even the most challenging glass window task!