Misty Glaze holds a Q&A to answer all of your questions on failed double glazing and blown window seals.
The Misty Glaze team has also included explanations on the technical terminology. As well as, techniques on how to combat blown window panes.
Okay! Lets start with the most common blown window seal questions that we get asked…
What is a blown window seal?
A blown window seal or failed double glazing unit is what happens when moisture enters between the two glass layers of a double glazing window pane.
How do I get rid of condensation in my double glazing?
Removing condensation in double glazed windows is a very simple process. A misted window replacement procedure is carried out on a daily basis by the Misty Glaze glaziers across all areas of London, Essex and Hertfordshire
How do I get moisture out of my windows?
We can replace your affected glass unit only! No costly frame replacements!
How do I clean blown windows?
Unfortunately, it is impossible to clean a blown window seal.
This is because the affected area cannot be reached. The damage is found between the two panes of glass.
How to dry out a blown window?
This is a myth, it’s impossible to dry out a blown double glazed sealed unit.
Can blown windows cause damp?
In some scenarios a blown window can cause dampness, if moisture is not removed as this can create mould. Why not let the blown seals specialists take a look for you!
Why are my double glazed windows misted?
The double glazing glass unit has failed and water or condensation has entered the window unit.
Can you repair misted double glazing?
Yes, misted window panes or double glazing units can mostly certainly be repaired. There is no need to replace the window frames, only the glass window units.
Do blown windows lose heat?
Yes, this can vary from drafts to losing the majority of the heat from a room.
Why we wouldn’t recommend the double glazing condensation repair kit. ( hears why)
Replacing misted double glazing units is our specialty. We are currently serving the whole of London, Essex and Hertfordshire with our blown sealed unit replacements. In 2021 we are hoping to expand into more regions.