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Repairing/Resealing Double Glazing
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Old 25-03-2005, 1:33 PM
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Default Repairing/Resealing Double Glazing

Does anybody have an experience of this - basically I have a couple of windows which have now got condesation in between the glazing also one lets quite a bit of wind through....Saw a advertisement claiming to fix this for around £80 a windows...Anyone had this done ? Was it worth it ? Or is it more cost effective to get the windows replaced
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Old 25-03-2005, 1:47 PM
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Just replace the glass not the whole window, if you know a joiner phone him up.

Heres whats involved it very easy.

You measure the glass alowing for the bit behind the beads and check the thickness, order it from any glass manufactuer then flick out the beads with a chisel replace with the new glass and replace the beads. Its a doddle. Should take any one with some experiance about 15 minutes per window/ish.
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