Foggy Glass Repair in Milton
Your insulated glass windows had a tight seal on them when they were first installed. However, as time passes, the seal weakens, and when this happens, moisture from outside is going to get between the panes of glass. This can make the panes look foggy, wet, dirty, or as if they have a white haze forming on them. If you do not want to replace your windows, then foggy glass repair may be the right solution for you.
Foggy Window Repair in Milton
We can repair: double and single hung windows, casement windows, picture windows, bay and bow windows, garden windows, awning windows, tilt-in and hopper windows, and more. We know that you may be worried about the cost of replacement vs repair. It's important to understand that when you notice this problem on your glass panes, it's also an indication that the windows are no longer as efficient as they once were. Warm air during the winter is able to escape, and cool, conditioned air from inside the home is able to get out during the summer. When this happens, your air conditioner and heater have to work harder to keep your family comfortable. Repairing any windows with foggy glass costs less than completely replacing them. However, when you get replacements installed, they will be much more energy efficient, and they will help you to save money each month.
Feel free to give Georgia Glass Repair a call today to see what we can do for you to get your foggy glass repaired.