Double Glazing Repair2017-03-29T15:12:15+00:00

Double Glazing Repair 

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Double Glazing Repair Service

We replace all types of glass for doors and windows including uPVC, aluminium or wood. If you have any problems with your Windows or Doors, we can professionally replace / repair them for you.Double glazed glass is set with adhesive through the traditional methods of clip fixing or screw fixing.

Has your double glazing steamed up?

At Pure View Windows we like to keep double glazing repairs simple and affordable.

What is a failed double glazed unit? – A failed double glazed unit is when condensation exists between the panes of glass. We also replace damaged or broken units, as well as locks, handles and hinges

Did you realise that you lose over 20% of your heat through your glass? After all, your windows are the largest gaps in the building. Stop the heat escaping by replacing failed glass or upgrading to insulated glass

Failed double glazed windows

Blown Glazing Units

If your window suffers from misting and condensation between the two pains of glass, the middle bit, then you really should replace the glass unit to maintain an energy efficient home. There will always be ‘quick fixes’ on the market, but with a broken seal, the only way to repair it is to replace it and get a guarantee of workmanship to protect you should it fail in future. Don’t be fooled by some stating that you need a new window frame – you could even upgrade you home to A-grade energy efficiency rating just by changing the glass. But do make sure you always use a FENSA regulated window fitter do that you don’t contravene UK Building Regulations.

Here at Pure view we’re happy to come out to your property free of charge to survey your double glazing. If you’re interested in arranging a free survey, or would like to chat to one of our experts the simply hit one of the buttons below and we’ll be in touch within 24 hours.

Do I need to change the window frame?

This is a common misconception. As a misted up window is due to the seal on the glass, which has nothing to do with the frame itself. Indeed, as long as the frame is OK, you simply just need to replace the glass unit. You can even upgrade the glass to A-Rated energy efficient to get a better insulation and lower your heating bills even further.