The Problem:

Seized window locks and misted door glass

Recently, I was called to a job in Parkstone, Poole, where the property had two seized window locks, so the windows couldn’t be opened. The owners of the house also had a problem with misted door glass in their double glazed back door.

I discovered that two of the upstairs window locks had completely seized, meaning that to rectify the problem I first had to open the window/gain entry. I was then able to replace the broken locks with new window mechanisms.

The double glazed back door had misted door glass, so I fitted a new door double glazed unit thus rectifying the problem. 


The old, misted door glass unit.

Upstairs window lock seized. Window won’t open.

The Solution:

Newly-fitted door double glazed unit.

Window lock mended. The bedroom window can now be opened.

Photos – seized window locks and misted door glass

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