Known for its strong industrial past, the Black Country is rich in heritage and culture, as well as being home to our Cloudy2Clear engineers. Being in the heart of the West Midlands, Wolverhampton and the surrounding areas and easy access the rest of the country allows our trusted engineers to offer a top-level service to all locations.
Cloudy2Clear offers double glazing repairs across the West Midlands so you can enjoy your perfect view of Dudley Castle, the Malvern, Wrekin, Beacon, and Clent hills. Our engineers replace only the glass panes, not the entire frame, which saves customers money, time and energy. As well as fixing failed double glazing, we can also offer hinge, handle, seal, and lock repairs.
With a 25 year guarantee on all of our glazing products, we are the UK’s leading glass replacement company for failed windows.
If you require an assessment of your windows, contact your local branch manager, Brian Stanley today for a free, no obligation quotation. This will take on average, no longer than 20 minutes.
Cloudy2Clear Wolverhampton Ltd
108 Kestrel Way
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.
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.
If you have double-glazed windows and can hear or feel a draught, it means there is a problem with your window seals. Draughts are not only an inconvenience; they also increase the level of heat loss in your home, which could seriously affect your utility bills. If you have draughty double glazing, get in touch with your local Cloudy2Clear branch for a free quote.
Yes. The same ingenuity that goes into our double glazing window replacement is used to upgrade faulty double glazing on doors. The cost of replacing double glazing on doors will depend on the size of the glass.
Whereas double glazing creates a vacuum between two panes of glass, secondary glazing is the method of applying a second pane of glass directly to single-glazed windows. Installing secondary glazing is a quicker solution than replacing entire windows; however, it is not as effective as double glazing.
No. At Cloudy2Clear, we only need to replace the pane, not the frame. This means you can keep the aesthetic of your traditional sash windows while reaping the benefits of double glazing.
"Excellent from start to finish. Prompt quote which was well below other similar companies. Fitting date was set and installers turned up promptly and did a great job. Excellent.”Neil - West Midlands - 12/5/22
"This is the 3rd time I have needed to use Cloudy2Clear Windows of Wolverhampton. They have always given excellent service."Terrence - West Midlands - 16/3/22
"Very satisfied with the prompt, efficient & courteous service. Would certainly employ this company again."Les - Staffordshire - 25/2/22