Our Enfield branch provides double glazing repairs, sealed unit replacements, as well as lock, handle, and hinge repairs, in the busy outskirts and boroughs of London. Our trusted experts can replace the pane, not the frame, saving customers time, money, and energy. This is what makes us the UK’s leading glass replacement company for failed windows.
Many of the villages and towns within our radius are steeped in history, offering an eclectic mix of charming properties and tight-knit communities. The poet John Keats went to progressive Clarke’s School in Enfield, where he began a translation of the Aeneid. The town was also the first place in the world to get an ATM (more commonly known as a cash point).
We’re proud to live and work in such a vibrant and diverse part of the country, with plenty to see and do, from the Whitewebbs Museum of Transport to the Royal Small Arms Factory.
Enfield and the surrounding areas are full of hidden gems too, such as Trent Country Park, covering 413 acres; Hampstead Garden Suburb; Golders Hill Park; and many more. Harlow is made up of over a third of green spaces and parks, offering great areas for wildlife to flourish and neighbourhoods to utilise.
With so many beautiful outdoor areas and handy direct links to London, it’s no wonder it’s a place of choice for people to live. To ensure the view from your windows allows you to continue enjoying these amazing spaces, contact your local Cloudy2Clear engineer today. We can arrange a suitable time to visit your home to provide a free no-obligation quote for your failed double glazing, or any other window or door related repairs you require, such as locks, handles or hinges.
Our Enfield engineers come recommended too, Cloudy2Clear is a Which? Trusted Trader, backed by over 3,000 combined branch reviews.
If you’ve noticed steam or condensation inside your double-glazed windows, it’s time for an upgrade.
Our engineers can also replace broken locks, handles, seals & hinges.
Do you have failed double glazing? Get in touch with your local experts today for more information.
Views of the UK are there to be loved but often can be spoiled by steamed-up or failed windows.
Insulating Glass is up to 3 times more efficient than ordinary glass and over twice the efficiency.
Misty double glazing may spoil the view, but it could also be damaging your business in less obvious ways.
Conservatories are a fantastic way to introduce some light into your home so you can relax and enjoy the view.
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.
Your home should be where you can relax and forget about the outside world.
Double glazing becomes cloudy when the seals become faulty. This can be caused over time if windows were installed poorly or by physical damage. Gaps in seals allow moisture in the air to become trapped between the panes, leaving your windows misty or cloudy. If you have cloudy double glazing, get in touch with your local Cloudy2Clear branch for a free quote.
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.
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.
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.
Yes. Double glazing creates a vacuum to prevent moisture from entering your home, helping to keep mould and damp at bay.
"Your local representative Richard Power attended promptly to provide a quotation. The work was subsequently completed with no delay I have no hesitation in recommending him."Nigel, 17/08/2018
"We contacted Cloudy2Clear based on its high score on Which Trusted Trader. Richard made an appointment to visit, did a thorough survey of all the windows and identified all the problems (broken handles, broken hinges and a few replacement sealed units). He returned one week later and the whole job was done within a couple of hours. Very professional, punctual, polite & pleasant."Victor, 15/08/2018
"Responded promptly to my telephone call, attended punctually. Polite service & friendly, professional attitude and result."Gloria, 17/07/2018