At Ashbourne Glass, we specialise in providing a wide range of glazed units tailored to your specifications. Our experienced team will visit your location to measure the thickness, size, and overall specifications of your unit. The thickness can vary from 14mm to 38mm, ensuring we meet your specific requirements.
Double Glazed Units
For enhanced safety, all our units used in front or back doors and side panels are toughened. This means that if the glass breaks, it will not shatter into sharp pieces, ensuring the safety of occupants.
Gas Filled Double Glazed Units
Our Double Glazed Units are A-rated Argon Units, utilising Low-E glass and a warm edge spacer bar. These units are filled with 90% argon gas, providing superior thermal insulation. With a U-value of 1.2W/M2k, our Double Glazed Units offer exceptional thermal performance, up to 130% more efficient than regular double glazing. Our units meet the required U-value of 2.2W/m2k as per the Building Regulations.
Triple Glazed Units
Upgrade your windows without changing the frames. With our Triple Glazed Units, you can keep your existing frames while enjoying the benefits of improved thermal efficiency and soundproofing. Triple glazed units range in thickness from 24mm to 42mm, offering enhanced insulation and energy efficiency.
Decorative Double Glazed Units
Add a touch of elegance to your front door, side panels, sunrooms, or conservatories with our decorative double glazed units. We can tailor the design to your preferences, ensuring a stylish and personalised touch. Choose between clear glass or obscure glass for added privacy.
What is a U-value?
At Ashbourne Glass, Windows, and Doors, our focus is on providing exceptional service without any unnecessary complications. We take pride in our work and strive to complete every job to the highest standard. Trust us for a seamless glass repair or replacement experience.
The U-value of a window measures the rate of heat loss, indicating how well your windows retain valuable heat. It is expressed as Watts per square metre Kelvin (W/m2 K). A lower U-value signifies better thermal performance, meaning your windows effectively retain heat and contribute to energy efficiency.