Do you have misted double glazing or blown double glazed units with condensation building up between the glass panels? If so you’d benefit from our blown double glazing repair service.
- CGS will replace the glass unit only
- We will retain your existing uPVC, aluminium or timber frame
- You can upgrade your glass to the latest A-rated energy-efficient glazing
- Cracked, shattered or otherwise damaged glass can also be replaced
- Our customers have saved hundreds of pounds
- Find out the cost of replacing your misted double glazing units
Misted double glazing repairs
A blown double glazed window not only look unsightly but the thermal and noise reducing properties of the unit is compromised. The only effective way to resolve this is to replace the misted double glazing panel.
While many companies will replace the whole window, frame and all, this isn’t necessary. CGS will replace just the blown double glazed unit, retaining the existing uPVC, aluminium or timber frame and potentially saving you hundreds of pounds.
Double glazed window replacement specialists
When CGS was formed in the early ’90s we were the first company in the Burnley and Preston areas specialising in replacement double glazed sealed units. We’re still one of the very few companies offering a uniquely focused double glazing replacement glass service and are the most experienced installers operating in this market.
Get an instant quote for replacement double glazing.
Upgrade your windows and save
Since you’re having to replace a unit it makes sense to upgrade your failed double glazing with the latest energy-efficient glass. With up to 40% of a home’s heat escaping from its windows it’s important to choose glazing that will maximise your home’s comfort.
We are certified installers of Planitherm low-E glass, which stops up to 56% more internal heat escaping than older-style double glazing*. The Planitherm Comfort and Comfort Plus ranges also have enhanced security, noise reduction and protection from 99% of the sun’s UV rays**, which helps to prevent your furniture from fading.
Don’t hesitate to get in touch if you would like advice on which glass to choose for your home – our experienced team are happy to help.
*Compared to 4mm/16mm cavity/4mm (uncoated) air-filled double glazed unit
**Calculated from UV transmittance in accordance with EN 410