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Wooden Window Glazing

Wooden Window Glazing

Wooden Window Glazing Price Calculator

Select the desired double glazing or triple glazing units for wooden windows to calculate the price.

  • Select “Clear float glass”, in order to calculate the price of the standard window glazing. Double glazed unit includes one spectrally selective low-e pane, while triple glazed unit includes two spectrally selective low-e panes. Cavities are filled with argon gas. Economy Class triple glazing is 36 mm wide, while Passive House Class triple glazing is 44-52 mm wide. The number of selective low-e panes is the same for all glass types.
  • Select “Frosted glass”, in order to calculate the price of a window glazing unit which includes one frosted pane for increased privacy. Check the image gallery below for examples.
  • Select “Tinted glass”, in order to calculate the price of a window glass unit which is darker in colour. Tinted glass may be used in double glazing and triple glazing; in both cases there is only one tinted glass pane. Tinted glass is a popular choice for entrance doors and commercial buildings.
  • Select “Decorative glass”, in order to calculate the price of a textured glass, etched glass or painted glass unit. Double glazing and triple glazing include only one decorative glass pane. You can select from a number of different decorative glass designs. The price calculator selects the cheapest option. Check the image gallery below for examples.
  • Select “Safety glass”, in order to calculate the price of a toughened or laminated window glazing. If you choose triple glazing, two outer panes will be laminated glass.
  • Select “Solar control glass”, in order to calculate the price of a double glazing or triple glazing which has one or two clear panes and one pane with a special coating that prevents the solar heat from entering the room.

If you are interested in other types of window glazing for wooden windows or wish to know the prices of non-standard sized window glass, please contact our staff. In case you have any questions regarding window glazing, please send us an e-mail

Wooden Window Glazing Prices

Wooden window glazing prices depend on the selected window glass type. The table below illustrates how the prices differ for selected wooden window glazing types. Prices may change, so here we provide a general comparison only. The division is analogous for double glazed and triple glazed wooden windows.

Glazing Type Price
Clear float glass Cheap
Decorative glass Low price
Tinted glass Medium price
Solar control glass Medium price
Frosted glass High price
Safety glass Expensive

Wooden Window Glazing Thermal Properties

There are certain criteria which help to evaluate the insulation properties of wooden window glazing.
U-factor defines how much heat is lost through wooden window glass or wooden window as a whole. Therefore it is best to look for wooden windows with the lowest U-factor possible. This is especially relevant for colder climate regions, where heating bills are high.
G-value indicates the amount of solar heat that is allowed to enter the building through the wooden window glass. Depending on the climate, more or less solar heat may be desired. In colder climates, window glazing with high G-value is recommended, since it allows more heat inside the house and thus the house gains passive solar heating. In hot climates, there is a risk of overheating the building in summer, therefore wooden windows with low G-value are recommended. Low G-value glass helps reduce the heat, and the expenses on air-conditioning may be significantly minimized.
Visible Transmittance (VT) is another important coefficient that is worth considering when choosing glass for wooden windows. It measures how much visible light is allowed to enter the building through the wooden window glazing. Usually glass that blocks solar heat (solar control or reflective glass) also reduces visible light, which is not favourable. Generally, the best wooden window glazing is the one which reflects the undesired solar heat, but transmits most of the visible light.
Below are some recommendations for wooden windows glass in various climate areas.

Thermal Properties of Window Glazing Recommended in Cold Climates Recommended in Temperate Climates Recommended in Hot Climates
U-factor Low U-factor Low U-factor Not relevant
G-factor High G-factor Not relevant Low G-factor
Visible Transmittance High High High

Clear Float Glass

Frosted Glass

Tinted Glass

Decorative Glass

Safety Glass

Solar Control Glass

Solar control glass reduces the amount of heat that enters the building through the wooden windows. Solar control glass has a special coating which serves as a barrier to prevent the heat penetration. Usually solar control glass for wooden windows has a blue or green colour. Solar control glass is recommended for buildings with large windows, especially when the windows are facing south.

Reflective Glass

Acoustic Glass

Passive House Glass

Extra Clear Glass

Extra clear glass is distinctly more transparent than the usual float clear glass. Normally float glass has a green hue; in the case of extra clear glass, this hue is removed. Extra clear glass is used for specific purposes and is much more expensive.

Self-Cleaning Glass

Wooden Window Glazing Shapes

Warm Edge Spacer Bars

Wooden Window Glazing Guarantee

Wooden window glazing comes with a 1-10 year guarantee, depending on the type. It is stated that during this time, window glazing units will not lose their tightness (no air or dust will enter the cavities); the glass will not crack by itself. Window glazing guarantee is outlined in the agreement to be signed prior to the manufacturing process.

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