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  # 2063806 27-Jul-2018 19:26
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tdgeek:

 

I think @richms commented on this the other day, he has them, or had them

 

 

Not me. I would remove the windows and replace with wall if that was a cheap option ;)





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  # 2063927 28-Jul-2018 09:57
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LOL, I have film.

 

On certain windows.

 

Not to do anything about heat at all, as a instead of replacing the panes with frosted glass idea.

 

works well for that, loads of choice in pattern.

 

heat? Not really.In fact no.

 

 

 

 


 
 
 
 


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  # 2064885 30-Jul-2018 11:38
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I've heard of Thermal Glass Coat (http://thermalglasscoat.co.nz/). I've not actually seen it in action but apparently they'll come out and do a demo with treated and untreated glass with a heatlamp etc.




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  # 2064887 30-Jul-2018 11:40
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da5id:

 

Mitre 10 sells it in kits, ranging from one windows, to several, to doors, etc. They even have a video on how to apply it.

 

https://youtu.be/Y7SA0BUW0Ss?t=3m4s

 

If you don't like the idea of sticking tape on your window frames, lots of sites advocate cutting bubble wrap to size, spritzing the window with water, and placing the wrap on so that it clings. It is claimed that this keeps twice the amount of heat in.

 

https://home.howstuffworks.com/green-living/insulate-windows-bubble-wrap.htm

 

https://www.howtogosolar.org/keep-the-heat-in-with-bubblewrap/

 

 

 

 

Do people in the real world actually put bubble wrap on their windows? Seriously?


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  # 2064894 30-Jul-2018 11:54
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networkn:

 

 

 

Do people in the real world actually put bubble wrap on their windows? Seriously?

 

 

Yes. For the past 2+ brutal winters (infact since quakes) people resorted to it in CHC when there was physical holes and gaps in walls etc to try and slow the overall heat escape rate

 

Likewise the most recent empty black coke cans on the window....


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