Do you have misty double glazing?
If a double glazing sealed unit has gone misty inside, it's highly likely that a fault has developed in the perimeter and moisture is entering between the two panes of glass. Over time most double glazed units will fail in this manner.
As temperatures fluctuate, moisture in the air between the glass will turn into liquid, which then cannot escape. Sealed units are manufactured so that they cannot easily be taken apart, so a fogged up window will nearly always need replacing.
Do I need a whole new window?
No, the advantage of contacting a professional glazing company is that the window frame and other glass can remain whilst just the faulty 'sealed unit' is replaced. This is much more cost effective than a full window replacement.
You can rely on our local glazing experts to quickly reach you for emergency glazing work 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.
All insurance glazing work is carried out in accordance with insurance providers. Get a reliable, trusted glazing result every time.
We aim to always offer a competitive price for your replacement windows. Call us today for a no-obligation quote and see how much you could save.
Sealed Unit Failure
The most common cause of sealed unit failure and misted up windows is due to incorrect sealing during manufacture. Units fitted by P&L Glass & Glazing are from quality manufacturers with very low levels of sealed unit failure.
We can replace fogged up sealed units of any size and specification, matching like-for-like with windows of any age and make.
We specialise in sealed double glazing unit replacement across Oxford, Banbury, Bicester, Kidlington, Abingdon, Aylesbury, Witney, Brackley, Buckingham, Chipping Norton and the surrounding areas.
Why use P&L Glass & Glazing?
- Family run business
- Experienced glaziers
- Full repair guarantees
- All glass types
- 24 hour service
- Unbeatable quality
- Very competitive prices.
- Same day service available
We ensure all glass we install is of the highest quality and any emergency glazing repairs are carried out by our experienced glaziers, not sub-contractors.