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    What can I do about condensation between double-glazed windows?

    Window Specialists

    Hello all
    I have found that I have two windows which have been developing condensation in between the glass panels.
    Is this usual for double glazed windows?
    As I have never seen this happen before, I had suspected that they may have a gap allowing for the water vapour to get in – is there any ways to fix this or at least keep the glass clean enough?
    If this isn’t repairable and needs replacement – is there any causes that could prevent it happening again?

    Asked by LAURA on 3rd Aug 2019
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    Apex Home Improvements

    "If you have condensation between the glass (double glazing), it means your units have broken down, best to get a window fitter out to measure up for new units, he will need to remove a couple of beads to also measure thickness of glass.
    Although some window firms have a device for this."

    Answered on 5th Aug 2019 - Member since Jan 2019 - report
    B-wize home improvements

    "You will have to replace the sealed units or sometimes you would have to replace the seals."

    Answered on 5th Aug 2019 - Member since Aug 2018 - report

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