Windows; Replace or Repair?

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Posted by: from Anola
10/6/2011 at 12:45:25 PM

A large triple pane window in our living room is fogging between the panes. It is a fixed pane and is 84"long and 61"high.

We also have a casement window beside it/also triple pane - 22" wide and 61" high that a bird flew into and cracked the outer pane.

Question: Is there a company in our area or in Winnipeg that will come to Anola and repair these windows or do they have to be replaced?


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Date/Time11/14/2011 at 12:22:34 PM

Hi Susan !

You did not say what material is the window frame made of.

If your windows are made of wood it wood be advised to change them to vinyl .

If they are vinyl you should look at the frame where it tuching the gladd to see if there is a glasing stopper it will look like a small square piece that holdes the glass down and can be removed to teplace the glass it might be inside or outside depends on the manufacturore.

you may look inside the spacer between the pains of glass some times the manufactorure prints his name there and then you can trace him to see about glass replacement.


Harry C.

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