Glasgow - faulty misted window

evangeline
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Can anyone recommend someone to fix a foggy double glazed window? Thanks.

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  • blossom30
    blossom30 Posts: 691 Forumite
    Hi I have misted units too and Im just about to get quotes I spotted 2 Cos in the Glaswegian one is https://www.mistedupglass.com tel no 0141 280 0160 and the other is double glazing repairs free phone 0800 389 4743 they quote a price from £25 I haven't phoned yet so let me know if you try them cheers shrewdal
  • evangeline
    evangeline Posts: 151
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    Thanks , shrewdal , will let you know how it goes.
  • blossom30
    blossom30 Posts: 691 Forumite
    Hi Got another co from this weeks Glaswegian https://www.windorrepairs.com tel freephone08006520816 cheers shrewdal
  • evangeline
    evangeline Posts: 151
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    Thanks again , have been rather busy with other problems today , don't actually live in this flat , but will check these out soon. Thanks
    shrewdal
  • stormbreaker
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    Most glaziers or window fitting companies will do these repairs. You need to replace the whole glass unit. We did it a number of years ago and the replacement glass was not too expensive. Much cheaper than replacement windows!
  • evangeline
    evangeline Posts: 151
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    Just to update , seems this problem is going to be very expensive. Apparently glass is hot bonded onto the aluminium ( listed building). Anyone any experience of this?
  • kayl
    kayl Posts: 474 Forumite
    Sorry, not able to help with your query, but have a related one. I have a similar problem, and my 10 year guarantee will expire in October - is this something that would be covered?
    I purchased the units form a company, but had my joiner install them - does that mean that, assuming they are covered by the guarantee, they will simply supply them and leave me to pay the installation costs?
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