Replacing your double glazing sounds like a laborious and expensive task.
It’s amazing how we take things for granted. Once that thing doesn’t work like it should, we know about it very quickly!
Usually we talk in these terms about technology. But when you think about it, you can apply it to most items in your home.
How would you cope without a toilet? How would you manage without a door? It’s the same when it comes to your double glazing windows.
Why can double glazing get misted?
Condensation can get in between the panes of your double glazing, which can create an unsightly look to your windows and thus your home.
It can be a disconcerting feeling when you realise that you cannot simply wipe the condensation away!
You don’t need to worry though, this is a common problem that can happen.
How can this be fixed?
If you need misty glazing repairs, it will involve drilling a hole into your double glazing windows so as to remove any water that has gone in between the panes.
We will fix the unit so that water cannot enter the window again and the window is then resealed and reinstalled.
A misted window can cause your home to be colder and your energy bills to rise because the window is not working as it should.
If the problem is bad enough, there may not be a possibility of fixing the window, in which case you may need it to be replaced. But if you can get it repaired, this can often be the best bet as it will save you hassle, time and money.
Most glazing companies are available 24 hours a day if the issue becomes an emergency.
Therefore, it is important to ensure that the window is fixed as promptly as possible so that your home can stay cosy and warm.