Misted Window Repairs
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Misted Window Repairs Nottingham

At C&G Glazing Ltd, we carry out misted window repairs in Nottingham and the rest of the East Midlands. Many of our customers rely on our misty window repair service when their UPVC double glazing “fails” and becomes filled with condensation.

Why Do Windows Become Misted?

Windows become "misted up" when the sealant around the edges of the glass deteriorates, allowing condensation to form in-between the two panes of glass.

This usually occurs with poorly fitted windows or after a long period of time.

Prolonged exposure to sunlight can heat the air trapped between the two panes of glass. This makes it expand and contract, fluctuating the pressure within the sealed UPVC unit. Over time, this can cause the perimeter seal to fail. Once this happens, moisture will form inside the cavity, warming, evaporating and then condensing. This is what causes the "misty" effect inside the window.

Are Misted Window Repairs Expensive?

Despite popular belief, this is a relativity easy problem to repair and does not require the entire replacement of the window or the window frame. Should your double glazed units start to become misty, just give is a call to have them repaired.

Our experienced glazier will arrive on time, assessing the extent to which the glazing has failed. In most cases, all that is required is the replacement of the individual unit, not the entire frame or the window itself.

Fixed in a matter of minutes, the new unit will be installed making the entire window look like new. Our glazier will take away the misty unit, leaving the treated area in a clean and tidy manner.

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