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GLAZED WINDOWS in Doha Qatar


While they might sound fancy, glazed windows are, simply put, windows that have between one and three additional layers of glass affixed to them. They sandwich a layer of inert gas like argon or xenon trapped in an airtight seal between them. In contrast to single pane windows which have only one sheet of glass, double pane or glazed windows offer significantly higher energy savings, insulation, noise reduction, and durability. The idea behind multiple glazing is that the two or three parallel panes of glass, including the intermediate buffer zone, provide a better barrier against outside temperatures than single-paned windows. While they're a rare sight in Doha, glazed windows are now the norm in most countries around the world. Here are a few reasons we love them: 

Save big on electricity
Whether they have dead air space between them or inert gases, glazed windows offer a much larger resistance to energy transfer than single glazed ones by limiting the amount of heat lost. This is especially useful in harsh climates where it's important to keep inside temperates well-regulated without spending exorbitant amounts of money on heating or air conditioning. In certain cases, windows are engineered to have thin coatings of special materials like metal oxide or silver to one or more faces of the glass to further reduce the energy transmission and carbon emissions while managing electricity costs. 

Easy to maintain
Double glazed windows come mostly in uPVC finishings, which means that they'll look great for years! Say bye to erosion, termite damage or water damage. These windows simply need a regular soapy water wash to look sparkling clean. 

Reduced condensation
In cold climates, moisture on a warm surface forms droplets of water, which, in turn, freeze into frost. This can make the room feel colder, which forces the people inside to adjust the heat. In glazed windows, the layer of air and the airtight seal prevents condensation from building up by blocking moisture in cold weather. This also works in warm weather, where it's a common sight to see condensate build up on the outside of air-conditioned spaces. 

Double the safety
Because they're outfitted with two or three panes of glass, glazed windows are much tougher to break than single pane windows. This means they offer you much more security than traditional windows. They're also sealed tighter than regular windows, making them less prone to forced entry or a break-in. 

Reduced sun damage
The dual or triple layer of glass in a glazed window acts as a shield to protect your furnishings and belongings from the harsh effects of long-term sun. They filter heat and sun rays and help reduce sun damage to your paintings, furniture, carpet, and other objects around the home.

Excellent noise reduction
Double glazing is particularly effective at reducing unwanted external noise by creating an air-tight barrier between the home and the environment outside, leaving you to enjoy your home in peace and quiet.


Find below a list of the top 10 Glazed Windows in Doha, Qatar:



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GLAZED WINDOWS

GLAZED WINDOWS in Doha Qatar


Find below a list of the top 10 products suppliers of Glazed Windows in Doha, Qatar:

  • AL OSOOL
    - B S / U L Standard Fire Rated / Non Fire Rated Steel Glazed Windows
  • VULCAN
    - B S / U L Standard Fire Rated / Non Fire Rated Steel Glazed Windows


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Chantelle D'Mello

Chantelle D'mello is an avid writer with over four years of hard news experience as part of the award-winning Doha News team. She's previously worked at Al Jazeera and the Huffington Post, and hopes to bring her passion for writing to the Qatar Oil and Gas Directory.