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How Gas Fill Windows Can Save You Money

Posted on February 11, 2016

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If you’re considering a major project involving window replacement in Towson MD, you may be intrigued by the many options now available for energy efficiency. Window technology has advanced to the point that a set of brand new replacement windows will pay for themselves within a very short time. One of these excellent technologies is what is known as the gas fill window.

Gas fill windows use either argon or krypton to fill the narrow space in between two adjacent panes. Argon and krypton are both inert gases, which means that they don’t interact with other types of gases that may be occupying the same space. As a result, they are quite stable and nonreactive. They also happen to be completely colorless, odorless and nontoxic. By placing them in between the panes of double- or triple-pane windows, these gases will prevent heat from leaking out of your home. It’s quite an ingenious method for helping people keep their energy bills under control with window replacement in Towson MD and other cities.

Although the inert gases will leak out of the windows over time, the rate of leakage is extremely slow. Over a period of twenty years, you should not expect to lose any more than ten percent of the argon (or krypton) that you started out with. This means that you won’t need to be thinking about window replacement in Towson MD again for another several decades. In the meantime, you’ll be reaping the benefits of windows that prevent heat loss. For added reduction in heat flow across your windows, you can also have various glazes added to one or more of the panes. These glazes are composed of various metals that keep heat from escaping. They are so thin that you won’t realize that your windows are made of anything besides plain old glass. As you can see, windows have become quite high-tech nowadays!

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