Replacing Double Pane Glass Panels
Extreme weather and frequent temperature changes can take a toll on your double pane glass panels. At Glass Doctor®, we specialize in home glass replacement for all types of windows, including double pane units. Call us today at (855) 603-1919 to schedule a free, in-home consultation and learn more about our services.
Why Replace Your Window with Glass Doctor
Over time, double pane glass panels lose their insulation, which allows for outside temperatures to come in and inside temperatures to leak out. When this happens, most homeowners think they need to replace their whole window unit.
By scheduling an in-home consultation with one of the glass experts at Glass Doctor, we'll help you determine whether the whole unit should be replaced, or if a single glass panel needs to be replaced. We use only the highest quality cut glass, including low-emissivity (Low-E) panes that help block harmful UV rays from entering your home and causing potential damage to your furniture and hardwood.
How Double Pane Glass Works
Double pane windows contain a type of insulated glass that is sealed with gases to help insulate your home. Insulated glass units (IGU) consist of two pieces of glass and a spacer that separate the glass and help seal the space in the middle.
Between this space, a special material that absorbs moisture is locked inside. A more common sealing gas is argon, which is considered to be an energy-efficient option for homeowners.
Replace Your Double Pane Glass with Glass Doctor
At Glass Doctor locations across the United States and Canada, our window repair and replacement services have helped families save big on their leaky double pane windows. Our glass experts come prepared to fix your glass panes and replace them quickly and efficiently.
Don't let your leaky windows increase your energy bills. Call us at (855) 603-1919 to schedule a free, in-home consultation today.
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