On Feb 4th, 2012, Globe and Mail journalist Kevin Van Paassen featured former RIM co-CEO Mike Lazaridis’ multi-million dollar home on the banks of Lake Huron near Kincardine, Ont.
AGNORA proudly supplied oversized insulated glass units for the windows of this beautiful Canadian landmark residence.
The GLobe & Mail’s photos feature this home with multiple oversized views from one end of the home to the other, it shows it under construction, and also a few images of Mike Lazaridis, consulting with architect Siamak Hariri.
Insulating glass is the most effective way to increase a window’s thermal performance by reducing the heat gain or loss. Insulated glass with the use of high performance coatings, argon gas and stainless steel spacers can improve the insulation quality. By combining different glass into an IGU, we are able to control and enhance the light level, external & internal color and reflection, solar energy control, thermal insulation, safety and security, acoustic insulation and fading factors.
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