Single Strength Glass
Single pane of glass (1/16") of glass that will help with warming air flow before it enters your home and be a first line of defence against weather to protect your interior windows.
Double Strength Glass
The difference between double strength glass (1/8") than a single pane of glass (1/16") is a thicker pane of glass that will help with noise and be a stronger glass to help with less breakage.
Tempered glass is a type of safety glass that is toughened by a controlled chemical or thermal treatment that increases the strength of the glass. This process allows the glass to crumble in to small pieces instead of big shards of glass. This glass is safer than single or double strength glass.
Low "E" Glass
To protect against heat and the sun’s harmful ultraviolet rays, Adding a layer of metallic to the glass. This layer is called “Low E”, acts like a mirror and blocks the damaging heat from the sun and blocks the harmful ultraviolet rays that can damage curtains, furniture and carpets.