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Window glazing simply refers to the glass part of any window. Professional glaziers mount the glass into a wooden, metal or vinyl frame. These come in a variety of shapes and sizes. Glass window panes can be laminated, tempered, frosted or treated with other special coatings such as UV protective layers. Glazing can be single, double or even triple depending on the climate and your desired level of security.
The cost of window glazing depends on a number of factors: the size and style of the window, the number of windows involved, the type of glass as well as whether you install double or triple glazing. Window glazing starts at around £20 for individual panes and increases from there, easily running into the hundreds depending on your installation. DIY window installation is strongly discouraged, as working with glass can be dangerous. Why DIY when the professional glaziers are standing by?
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Window glazing is the proper industry name for the glass that is installed inside a window frame. Craftsmen who install glass are known as glaziers.
Glazing is traditionally done in what is known as single pane. Recently, as energy efficiency has become more important, double-glazed windows have become more popular.
Professional glaziers undergo an apprenticeship programme that lasts anywhere from six months to two years.
Doubled glazed windows are more energy efficient, and also help reduce noise levels significantly more than single panes of glass.
Window glazing that is no long smooth or supple should be removed; however, this is not a DIY project. You run the risk of cracking your window pane if the glazing is not removed properly.
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