Modern uPVC Windows and Doors are typically maintenance-free and can last decades, however, from time to time you may witness your windows being “misty” or “foggy” and causing condensation, but if your units are misted up don’t think you have to change all of your double glazing frames, it most cases it’s only the glazing unit that needs replacing.
Walsall Glazing can supply and fit double glazing units of all shapes and sizes, both standard and bespoke sizes are available, we offer free quotes so give us a call today and discover how inexpensive replacement units really are.
Replacing faulty double glazing units is the only way to 100% resolve the issue, there are some companies who claim they can drill toughened glass to carry out a repair, but our replacement units carry a fully guarantee.
Can your existing misted up glass unit be repaired?
Is this form of repair a permanent solution to the problem?
No, as the moisture and condensation between the glass may initially appear to have been removed the seal on the double glazed unit is still broken. This means the cause of the initial failure will still be allowing air and moisture to be sucked into the Double Glazed Unit.
The anti-moisture granules (similar to the silica gel found in new shoe boxes) within the spacer bar of the double glazed unit have already been saturated with moisture and are now useless. While initially this looks like the problem has been solved, in actual fact it’s an expensive temporary fix.
What about the white marks and stains left stuck between the panes?
Replacing the misted up glass unit really is the only option
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