47 days ago

Misty broken down double glazing

Karl from rejuvenate fixations


We all know double glazing has been around for a while now, as most double glaze units have only a 10yr warranty there are more and more that are starting to fail, as technology has got better and you could say things are designed better now. This includes (igu's) insulated glass units, these are now manufactured better with stable spacer bars in the double glazed units, this creates an air gap between the two pieces of glass. If you have noticed the dark color sealent entering the inside of your glass units, or mist in-between the two panes of glass, this could be a broken down unit. Witch means the thermal performance of double glazing is failing. We can fix this by replacing the unis at a great cost. We will upgrade to free argon gas in between the units for free.

Thanks for reading 🙂

Ph Karl 02102738337

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