Save money on your double glazing repairs in Bury St Edmunds
Do you need double glazing repairs in Bury St Edmunds? Our specialist engineers travel all over the area to reach our customers, from Hengrave to Hawstead and Barrow to Blackthorpe. Our experts have perfected the technique of removing the faulty double glazing without disturbing your window frame, helping to save you money and get your new windows up and running quicker.
We’re conveniently located off the A143, meaning we can easily reach our customers all across the area. So, if you want to keep the aesthetic of your Georgian windows on your Westley townhouse or update your Great Barton cottage with modern double glazing, our engineers can be at your property in no time.
If you think your double glazing may need replacing, get in touch with our Bury St Edmunds branch today. Speak to one our engineers to book your free, no-obligation quote on 0800 880 7012.
If you think your double glazing might need replacing, keep an eye out for these telltale signs:
If you have cloudy double glazing, get in touch for a free, no-obligation quote. Our Ipswich based double glazing specialists can be at your home or business in no time to get your windows up and running again.
Our specialists are always travelling to provide our customers with the best service, so there’s no need to panic if you’re not based in Bury St Edmunds. We repair failed double glazing across the region, so if you need to repair your caravan windows in Norwich or your double-glazed doors need a faulty handle replacing, our engineers are just a phone call away.
If you’ve noticed steam or condensation inside your double-glazed windows, it’s time for an upgrade.
Do you have failed double glazing? Get in touch with your local experts today for more information.
Our engineers can also replace broken locks, handles, seals & hinges.
Misty double glazing may spoil the view, but it could also be damaging your business in less obvious ways.
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It’s no secret that broken windows can ruin the aesthetic of your home. The problem is that replacing your entire window due to damaged glass is both expensive and time-consuming.
Velux windows are a fantastic way to modernise a room and bathe your home in natural light. However, when things go wrong, they can be expensive to replace.
Views of the UK are there to be loved but often can be spoiled by steamed-up or failed windows.
Your home should be where you can relax and forget about the outside world.
Insulating Glass is up to 3 times more efficient than ordinary glass and over twice the efficiency.
Yes, it can. Not only can double glazing be repaired but it’s a much cheaper solution than replacing your faulty windows with brand new units. Our expert engineers replace just the window panes to keep costs low and to get your double glazing up and running again in a flash.
Repairing windows can vary in price depending on who you choose to work with and the complexity of the job, especially with double glazing. By choosing a traditional glazier, you can expect to be charged anywhere from £500 to £1750 per window. At Cloudy2Clear, we’ve developed our method of replacing the pane instead of the frame to save our customers time and money on double glazing repairs. Get in touch with your local branch to book a free, no-obligation quote.
Yes. The vacuum created between the panes acts as a natural noise diffuser to help reduce the number of exterior sounds making their way inside your home. This is particularly useful if you live in loud areas like a busy city centre or near train tracks.
The thickness of double glazing is a combination of two panes of glass and the space between the panes. The total thickness of your double glazing can vary for a number of reasons, from insulation to noise reduction. However, a typical pane of glass is 4mm thick and a spacer can range between 6—20mm, meaning your double glazing will usually total between 14 and 28mm.
You should replace your double glazing when you notice condensation or mist forming between the window panes. This means the seals are failing and moisture is getting trapped inside, which can lead to heat loss, damp and can risk damaging the frame.