Foggy Glass Repair in Milton
When your windows were first installed, the glass installer made sure that there was a tight seal around the frame. Ultimately, the seal will become weak due to normal wear and tear, and when this happens, moisture is able to get inside between the panes of glass. This can cause your windows to look wet or "foggy." Instead of replacing your entire window, Georgia Glass Repair provides foggy glass repair services.
Foggy Window Repair in Milton
Georgia Glass Repair can repair a variety of window styles, including: double and single hung, bay and bow, casement, transom, tilt-in, awning, picture, and more. We know that you may be worried about the cost of replacement vs repair. When you have fogged glass, it's a sign that your windows are not very energy efficient anymore. 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.
Do not hesitate to call Georgia Glass Repair or fill out our online contact form to find out more about our foggy glass repair and replacement services, and to get an idea of how much the job will cost.