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Double glazing getting old!!!

Discussion in 'Windows and Doors' started by peter4076, 20 Feb 2010.

  1. peter4076

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    Have had my double glazing in for about 12 years, but alas some of the panels are letting in some condensation, are they replaceable (glass panels) or do I have to have the complete unit
     
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    easiest to replace the unit, i.e the 2 panes of glass. measure them measure the cavity and order one. or just get a glazier to do it
     
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    Cheers for the reply:- Methinks you are right, no need to replace the whole unit £500+, just the one opening window, and a fixed side pane in the French window, will scour the local adds.
     
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    No need to replace the frames, just the glass. The best person would be a double glazing doctor, low overheads means lower prices, often a one man band and quick turn around. Don't go with big full page window companies as they'll make a killing on you but only if they even bother to turn up.
     
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    Advice taken, will look up some old invoices and maybe contact the original company that done the business, will post when sorted. :)
     
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