What is Retrofit Double Glazing?
Retrofit double glazing is the process of removing the existing single pane of glass in your windows and doors and replacing it with an insulated glass unit that also has a high quality low-e glass, which ensures your home is light, warm and comfortable all-year-round.
A lighter, brighter home
Our low-E glass has a clear metallic coating that keeps the heat locked inside the home without sacrificing natural light. And, with 81% light transmission, it is the clearest Low-E glass available in New Zealand.
Always stay warm
Heat loss can be reduced by up to 80% using our retrofit system. The combination of low-e glass within a double-glazed glass unit with argon gas provides the ultimate solution for all homes, ensuring you’ll always be warm in your home.
An easy choice
Using our premium low-e glass, you will save 52% on electricity compared to standard double glazing. Capturing and trapping the suns heat and light allows your family to be more comfortable in a much more economical way.
Viridian Retrofit double glazing will help significantly reduce condensation on your windows. This saves you all the hassle wiping and drying off your windows and window sills.
Lower Heating Costs
Because Viridian Retrofit double glazing helps reduce heat that is lost through your windows, your home will stay warmer and you can enjoy the added benefit of lower heating costs.
Viridian Retrofit double glazing provides better noise reduction than single glazing. By reducing the amount of outside noise that enters your home you can have a quieter and more peaceful interior.
Double Glazed Unit
Usually contained within an insulated glass unit to protect the near-invisible Low E coating. It can also be paired with a wide range of glass options.
Low E Coating
All double glazed units are locally processed and assembled, offering greater opportunity for tailored design and solutions
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