REPLACING MISTED BLOWN UPVC PATIO DOOR GLASS DERBY INCLUDING ALL CONSERVATORY GLAZING AND FAILED WINDOW PANES AND VELUX GLASS PANEL REPLACEMENTS – GLAZIER MICKLEOVER LITTLEOVER MACKWORTH CHADDESDEN ELVASTON CHELLASTON CASTLE DONINGTON SHARDLOW SPONDON QUARNDON DUFFIELD ALLESTREE DRAYCOTT BORROWASH REPTON ETWALL BURNASTON ALL AREAS COVERED WITHIN THE EAST MIDLANDS

Q. I have misted blown or failed double glazed sealed window glass units and I live in the East Midlands, what should I do?

A. Don’t spend thousands having complete new windows installed unnecessarily, It’s only the glass perimeter seal that has failed and RE-GLAZE-IT can replace the double glazing panel very quickly and affordably with no mess or disruption to your property or decor whatsoever and we have all the specialist bead removal tools to avoid any unnecessary window frame damage.

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 Please call LEN@RE-GLAZE-IT on 07756236865 or email lenhefford@yahoo.co.uk for a free fixed priced quotation for replacing your misted up window panes. 


Q. Have your windows or patio door glass misted up? Is there moisture between the sealed panes of glass? Are you in The East Midlands area?


A. If your answer is yes to the above then please give LEN@RE-GLAZE-IT a call on 07756236865 or email lenhefford@yahoo.co.uk and let RE-GLAZE-IT take care of replacing the misted window panel in a cost effective hassle free manner.



All double glazed sealed units have a life span which can be greatly reduced due to poor packing/drainage ect and will eventually fail and mist up. It looks messy when they finally go. In addition to looking unsightly, it also affects the insulating perimeter seal of the window meaning you will be loosing a lot of central heated energy from the failed window. RE-GLAZE-IT are working hard across the East Midlands area replacing misted up windows and are here to help you by providing an excellent quality service at a fair and realistic reasonable price. 


What causes double glazing to mist up?


A double glazed unit is made up of two panels of glass bonded together with a gap of air in between. Over time the air inside heats up and cools down causing the glass to expand and contract. Eventually this will cause a break in the perimeter seal causing moisture to enter the void causing the misted up window you end up seeing.


Do I have to change the whole UPVC window frame?


No. You do not have to change the entire window frame. Don’t believe anybody who says otherwise. We can replace just the glass unit for you.



Why shall I choose you and are there any alternatives?


There are companies in The East Midlands that offer to clean the condensation out of the window. Although this clears your window temporarily, it does not deal with the route cause, the failed seal. By using this type of service, the problem of is sure to return quite soon. The only correct way is to replace the double glazed unit. This will guarantee the window will stay mist free for years as we offer a 5 year manufacturers warranty as standard. We also only use the best Planitherm Glass in our units and would expect the lifespan of the new unit to be upto 15-20years long at least.


How shall I proceed?


As the specialist in the East Midlands region, I suggest you give us a ring or email/text us to organise a free home quotation. We will be with you as soon as possible.



How much will it cost?


It is a lot cheaper than you may think. Prices start from £50 for a small fanlight supplied and fitted.



How long does it take ?


From the date of order it will take between 4-7 working days for us to receive the replacement glass units. We can then book an installation at your convenience. It usually takes between 30 minutes and an hour to replace one window.


Len@RE-GLAZE-IT 

07756236865

Www.reglazeit.co.uk 


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