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✔ Save money by keeping your existing frames.
✔ Just upgrade the glass.
✔ 50% cheaper than new windows
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Why is condensation appearing between my window panes?
The appearance of condensation in double glazing is both annoying and undesirable. Unfortunately, it also means that heat is escaping from your home.
If you are experiencing condensation, moisture or large amounts of water between the two panes of glass in your double glazed units, it is likely the seal has completely failed. The likelihood is that the units have deteriorated past the point where they are no longer doing their job properly.
Condensation is also bad for your frames. If left unchanged, it can cause mould, which in turn causes dampness and can damage the frame.
The good news is. You can just change the glass and keep your original frames.