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Conservatories FAQs

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Conservatories FAQs 1 Is it true that using Pilkington K Glass™ in my conservatory will turn it into a greenhouse? Pilkington K Glass™ double glazing does not lead to significantly greater overheating problems in summer than does single glazing, or ordinary double glazing.

Conservatories - Pilkington

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Residential FAQs - Conservatories 1 Is it true that using Pilkington K Glass™ in my conservatory will turn it into a greenhouse? Pilkington K Glass™ double glazing does not lead to significantly greater overheating problems in summer than does single glazing, or ordinary double glazing.

Conservatory - Pilkington

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Conservatories. The pleasure of enjoying your conservatory need not be confined to the warmer months. Adding a conservatory is now an extremely popular means to increase the available space as well as add value to your home.

What is Energy-efficient Glazing? - Pilkington

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Low-e glass is essential for rooms or buildings with a high proportion of windows or glass doors, such as conservatories and sun rooms. The use of low-e glazing helps to retain heat even in winter, allowing you to comfortably use these rooms for more months of the year.

Conservatory - Pilkington

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Conservatories. The pleasure of enjoying your conservatory need not be confined to the warmer months. Adding a conservatory is now an extremely popular means to increase the available space as well as add value to your home.

A complete guide to self-cleaning glass - Pilkington

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Glass is the one of the go-to materials used to create modern commercial and residential developments. Its ubiquity is a result of the range of new technologies that mean it can be used for much more than just windows and conservatories.

Replacement Conservatory Roofs - Pilkington

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Transform your conservatory and enhance your home. Replacing your old conservatory roof with a new Pilkington Activ™ Self-cleaning glass roof can have a tremendous effect on the way your conservatory looks, feels and sounds.

Balconies/Balustrades - Pilkington

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Balconies/Balustrades. Glass barriers are used in buildings for a number of purposes and allow the maximum flow of light and view both inside and outside the structure. The four main areas that glass is used are: in guiding walkways to control the direction of pedestrian traffic.

Glass Floors - Pilkington

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A glass floor allows light to pass reducing the need for artificial lighting and providing a natural source of daylight. The introduction of light through the core of a building can transform what might otherwise be a dull claustrophobic interior.

Low-emissivity Glass - Pilkington

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Low-e glass is essential for rooms or buildings with a high proportion of windows or glass doors, such as conservatories and sun rooms. The use of low-e glazing helps to retain heat even in winter, allowing you to comfortably use these rooms for more months of the year.

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