Georgian bar sealed unit with condensation – Hamworthy

Georgian bar sealed unit with condensation – Hamworthy

The Problem:

Gold, Georgian bar sealed unit with condensation inside

Last week I visited a customer in Hamworthy, whose gold Georgian bar sealed unit had condensation in the cavity.

It’s quite common, especially in the autumn when the temperature drops, for condensation to form on windows and patio doors. This might mean that the unit is no longer sealed.

This doesn’t mean that the whole UPVC window or door needs replacing. If your windows or doors are otherwise in good condition, we can simply replace the unit. This not only improves the appearance of your double glazing, but also the energy efficiency.

Check out the ‘before’ and ‘after’ photos below.

Below: the old double glazed window unit, which is suffering from condensation.

Condensation in double glazed Georgian bar window.

Below: the new, replacement unit in the Georgian bar double glazed window

Replace cat flap in double glazed door and fit glass sealed unit – Verwood

Replace cat flap in double glazed door and fit glass sealed unit – Verwood

The Problem:

Remove unwanted cat flap and replace bottom door panel with a glass sealed unit

This customer, in Verwood, wanted an old cat flap removed from the bottom of a double glazed door and a glass panel put there instead.

Bottom door panel with old cat flap that needs removing and replacement sealed unit to be fitted.

Above: old cat flap in the bottom of the double glazed door.

The Solution

House in Verwood - cat flap removed from the bottom of the double glazed door and a sealed unit fitted.

Above: the bottom door panel with the old cat flap was removed and replaced by a new glass sealed unit.