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Repairs and Maintenance

Misted or foggy windows are a common problem as double-glazing units age. This can be a real annoyance, not only in terms of aesthetics but also because of the potential increase in your energy bills due to heat loss. Moreover, if you have chosen to live in a beautiful place in the country or on the coast, then this could mean that you are actually losing your home's greatest asset, the view! Don't go another winter with misted or foggy uPVC windows, doors or conservatories because you are worried about the cost of replacing these double-glazed units.

The cause of misting or clouding of double-glazing is usually down to cracked or broken panes or degrading in the seals that maintain the integrity of the glass units. This can result in moisture seeping into the unit, which then appears as condensation between the two panes of glass.

Broken handles and window latches can also be a cause of excess double-glazing condensation and can contribute to seal damage. Likewise, broken handles and window latches could be allowing heat to escape, thereby having a substantial impact on your energy costs. So, if you are having trouble opening or fully closing your double glazed windows, then our technicians will happily repair or replace them, as necessary.

Contact us now for misted window repairs and other double-glazing repairs in Poole, Bournemouth, Christchurch, New Milton, Dorset, Hampshire & Wiltshire.