The team at Atlas Glass are experts in glazing and double glazed windows for timber joinery. We provide glazing for a number of timber joiners throughout Auckland and we are proficient in all of the latest methods.
Read on for an overview of some of our most popular glazing products for wooden windows. For a custom quote or advice, please contact Atlas Glass today.
Popular Glazes for Wooden Windows
- Double Glazing – this option comprises two layers of glass sealed together in an insulated unit with an air space in between. This ensures the best thermal insulation for your timber joining as well as acoustic benefits over single glazing.
- Thermal Glass – this option is made up of low E Glass and laminates. It boasts excellent solar control and thermal properties that can almost match double glazing. Thermal glass also offers sound reduction benefits close to acoustic glass, making it a great all-around option for timber window frames.
- Acoustic Glass – we provide various grades of specially manufactured acoustic grade laminated glass with a limpid resin interlayer. This glass is best for sound reduction in your new timber joinery.
The Big Advantages of Timber Joinery Glazing
Combining timber joinery with modern glazing can deliver fantastic results for your home. It is ideal for all types of properties, from traditional family homes to modern residential premises.
Timber window frames are extremely adaptable to any kind of design scenario. If you’re upgrading your home or your old windows need a makeover, you’ll be astonished at what’s possible. Modern timber joinery glazing will deliver a beautiful exterior with practical benefits.
- Do you need more window space and better natural light? New timber frames and double glazing can provide you with a range of stunning design choices. With double glazed windows, you will also enjoy natural light without being overwhelmed by the heat.
- Are you renovating and looking at different design options for your windows? The timber look is timeless in homes, whether you’re upgrading your flooring or investing in wooden window frames. Combine the appearance of timber joinery with a glazing option that suits your lifestyle.