replacing clouded double glazed window panels


Postby pjm » Sun Jan 11, 2009 2:11 pm

how easy is it to obtain and DIY replace clouded double glazed panels, retaining as much of the original old frames and fittings as possible
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Postby tim reeve » Fri Jan 16, 2009 8:47 pm

I can help you, but I need to know if it's wooden windows or pvc, by your post I take it that the're wooden. What do you mean by 'original old frames and fittings?' This does not effect replacing the double glazed unit.
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Postby pjm » Mon Jan 19, 2009 11:39 am

[quote="tim reeve"]I can help you, but I need to know if it's wooden windows or pvc, by your post I take it that the're wooden. What do you mean by 'original old frames and fittings?' This does not effect replacing the double glazed unit.[/quote]
Thanks Tim. They are oldish but serviceable pvc frames with clip-type beading. Can you get replacement glass units, and can they be replaced without breaking the existing pvc furniture. Cheers
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