Replacing a misted unit

Discussion in 'Windows and Doors' started by wallet375, 21 Mar 2020.

  1. wallet375

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    Good Afternoon Guys & Girls, been lurking on here a while and cant find anyone with a similar problem, anyway here goes, can anyone tell me how to take out and replace a sealed double glazed unit in a upvc window.

    The beading looks like it is outside which i think is a security risk surely?

    The first pic is from inside (btw there is wooden shutters fitted right next to them) if its too much agg maybe someone can give me a approximate cost to let the experts do it, i have no idea what to expect, thanks all for your advice guys
     

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    A few years ago (5?) my window broke on the outside pane.
    I rang the company that installed it and they made and installed a new unit from their original documents, so only one visit.
    From memory it was only £50 for a fitted unit about 50x100 cm
     
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    Just had a bedroom window replaced as it was misted, ring a local window supplier like I did. cost was £80
     
  5. lonner

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    Well my 20 odd yr old windows are proving to be bastid
    External beading.

    I've now bought 2units Twice.
    First 2 18mm ,my mistake as I ordered air gap..as I remember them being 18mm.
    Well £80 wasted.
    Ordered 28mm ...feck me these are 2mm too thick and won't work either.

    I give up, fook the windows
     
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