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Heat loss in stained glass panels
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What about heat loss in stained glass panels?

WHAT ABOUT HEAT LOSS IN STAINED GLASS PANELS?

 

An area of concern can be heat loss in door / surrounding windows of a period entrance

  The Building Regulations apply only to new doors and window frames, not to the re-glazing  of older ones.  They state that if the glass area is less than 50% of the door, (as with all of the doors on our website), or window frame, then single glazing, as in traditional stained glass lead lights,  is sufficient. 

If the glass area is higher than 50% then a double glazed unit is required.

It may be conceivable to argue that where double glazing would not suit the character of the house, it is possible to have traditional stained glass lead lights and double glazing working together. 

There are various ways of achieving this to suit different situations.   

More information required then contact strippadoor on 0161 477 8980

 

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