Know Your Material: Getting Cool and Stay Warm with Low E Glass

Know Your Material: Getting Cool and Stay Warm with Low E Glass

The sun is a source of energy. It has so many benefits for many human beings and other life forms. But on the other hand, the sun is also damaging. There are many types of sun light ranging from ultraviolet, infrared and visible lighting. Visible light help us to see what’s in front and around us while the ultraviolet can damage the skin, wood, and weathered the paint away. Infrared is the source of light that contains heat.

There are many ways to avoid all the negativity caused by the sun and one of them in the architecture world is by using Low E glass. Low E means that it is low emissivity and it’s guaranteed that it’s different than the normal glass. It doesn’t let damaging light through your house so this way the temperature inside your home will remain cool.

There are different types of Low E glass. There is the soft coating Low E Glass and the hard coating Low E glass. This summer due to the extremely intense heat it’s best that you applied the double glass of Low E using clear Low E type with a soft coating. It can reduce heat inside your house for up to 25%. Else than hindering you with extreme heat, it can also reduce chillness inside your house as some of the Low-E glass can reduce cold ranging from 26 degrees, 35 and up to 49 degrees for the hard coat Low E Glass.

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