February 9, 2022

The Advantages of Low E and Argon Gas Windows

If you’re in the process of building a new home or starting a home improvement project, your designer, contractor, or architect may provide you with countless options for your window glass. You may not even have heard of it, but Low E and Argon Gas windows are among the top choices for most modern windows. Here are some of the reasons you should consider it for your next home window upgrade.

Keeps the temperature at comfortable levels

Low E & Argon Gas windows are energy-efficient. Because they’re designed to work with double or triple-pane glass, they’re better able to neutralise the effects of weather changes and keep the temperature inside at normal levels. This reduces the need to turn on air-conditioning or heating systems, decreasing your energy consumption.


It’s understandable to know whether or not Low E & Argon Gas windows are worth the investment, given that you have to consider the retrofit double glazing cost as well. While the initial investment in Low E & Argon Gas windows is more expensive than regular single-pane windows, the amount you’ll save on utility bills makes them worth your while.

Provides excellent insulation

Another benefit of upgrading your windows in your new home is the noise factor.  Lovely, new windows block out all unwanted noise, from the undesirable car enthusiast down the road who likes to rev up his motor at 5:00 am on his way to work, or the house across the street who loves to play their bass “boom boom” music every Saturday night. New windows are your weapon against unwanted noise, leaving you feeling peaceful and content in your new happy place.

Protects you from ultraviolet rays

Another excellent attribute of Low E or low emissivity glass is that its coating has a unique microscopic glaze. The feature of the glass minimises the amount of ultraviolet, infrared, and visible light from penetrating the glass. Not only does it protect you and your family’s health from the effects of ultraviolet rays, but it also helps preserve the condition of your furniture and prevent interiors from being damaged.

Can control solar heat gain

Low E & Argon Gas windows can control solar heat gain. During hot summer months, you can feel that rooms and living spaces don’t get stuffy and uncomfortable. Low E & Argon Gas windows ensure the heat from the sun doesn’t affect your home.


Low E & Argon Gas windows help the environment by reducing your carbon footprint. Because they keep your homes comfortable enough without the need for heating and cooling appliances, you decrease your energy consumption, thus reducing your environmental footprint.

Save more with modern windows from Atlas Glass

Low E & Argon Gas windows work best with double-glazed and triple-glazed windows. Experience the comforts of modern window technology with Atlas Glass. Atlas Glass can modify your existing windows to create perfect double-glazed windows for your home. For reliable glass supply in Auckland, choose Atlas Glass. Get a free quote today!

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