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Question DetailsAsked on 8/27/2013

does window defogging work?

double paned windows fogged up. replace window or use defogging service

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Definitely replace the window. Read the warranty before you proceed with any window replacement company and make sure you keep a copy.

Answered 7 months ago by Sun Control

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as far as I know there is no effective way to permantly remove condensation between two pieces of glass other than complete replacement. if you are in New York call for a free estimate 1-718-863-5278

Answered 7 months ago by the new window man

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The defogging services may temporarily remove the moisture, but once the seal is broken it WILL leak again, refogging in from a week to a year or so - replace the glass unit. This does NOT mean replacing the whole window and frame and such - just having the glass unit (the glass and the enclosing aluminum frame that holds the glass) replaced by a window repair company. The new glass comes facctory sealed into the metal glass frame, which is then caulked into the wood or vinyl or fiberglass or whatever window frame.

Answered 7 months ago by LCD

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Here is a link I was looking for earlier but could not find - just popped up when I was looking for something else - addresses the services that claim they can defog your window and seal it without taking the glass unit out.

http://answers.angieslist.com/looking...

Answered 7 months ago by LCD




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