Do You Need Your Insulated Glass Replaced?
Insulated glass is made up of two pieces of monolithic glass sealed to a spacer bar to create airspace between them. This airspace serves as an insulator of both temperature and sound (to a lesser degree).
Insulated glass has been used in windows and doors since the early-eighties and manufactures of insulated glass units (commonly referred to as IG units) have been constantly improving their techniques and the materials used to build them. The unit employs a seal around the perimeter of the glass that keeps moisture-laden air from getting inside the unit and then condensing on the glass inside the unit. This is commonly referred to “fogging-up” and it causes the glass to become obscure which destroys the views. We can replace the glass in windows that display this condition.
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If you’re ready to upgrade your windows, our team can come to your home or office and gather the information necessary to provide you with a free estimate. Call or contact us today to get started!