Blown Double Glazing Repair
Double glazed windows are made up of 2 panes of glass, separated by a spacer bar to create a gap. As you would expect, triple glazing is made up of three layers of glass with greater heating and sound insulation properties.
The internal gap needs to be measured, as well as your window panel size, in order to get the right fit panel for your needs. The gap between the window panes can be filled with an inert gas, usually argon which has better insulationg properties than just air. Each double glazed unit is sealed with a hard wearing sealant tape.
If the inside of the glass unit is misty and has condensation inside the window it is known as a blown or misted unit. It is possible to replace a sealed unit, and advise a professional window fitter to carry out work as home insurance policies will not cover any injuries associated with repairing or replacing double glazing units.