On average double glazing companies charge around £100 per square meter and offer a 5 Year guarantee.
Yes the Condensation2Clear kit will work perfectly well on double glazed conservatory windows.
No the Condensation2Clear kit will not work on single glazed windows.
Yes you can repair all double glazed units.
No if your unit has failed for a long time chemicals from the desiccants mix with the condensation and the sun bakes the chemicals into the glass causing a cloudy effect. This is called letching and looks like river inlets inside the unit. Letching is baked into the glass and CANNOT be removed.
Yes when one window condensates it is a pretty good sign that others will soon follow.
Yes the Condensation2Clear kit will clean the inside of the unit but it will not remove any staining or etching.
The windows must be drilled from outside the property, depending on the location of the window the pane can be removed, drilled then re-inserted.
Yes after the repair the pressure equalised unit will react differently to the environment and will not become pressurised then open and later condensate.
he time it takes for the unit to dry out will vary depending on size, how long the unit has failed, how much damp is in the desiccants, and of course the time of year. Some units will clear within a few hours, others may take a week and some have even been known to take up to 12 weeks.
Yes the repaired unit will have the same thermal value as when it was new, except for if it was argon filled, then the thermal value will be slightly lower.
GR8! The repair process is working! Damp is being drawn from the desiccants in the spacer bars into the unit prior to evaporation through the two holes.