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What is a U-value?

What is a U-value?
07/09/2018

A U-value measures how effective a material is as an insulator. The lower the U-value of your rooflight, the better it is, as a heat insulator. When installing your rooflight into your home, you will notice the U-value is lower for the triple glazed options than the double glazed. Therefore, the triple glazed option will provide you with better insulation and reduced heat losses.

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