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Window Repair Window Replacement? Foggy long time?

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Published on Apr 20, 2012

The window glass that needs repair has been foggy and full of moisture in glass for years. Can you get the moisture in glass out and fix the fog?

Hi, my name is Dennis McHugh and I'm an expert at solving problems related to home and business window and door repairs and replacement in St. Louis, Missouri.

People often ask me if they can just clean foggy windows without having to replace them. The answer is some window glass yes, some window glass no.

When the moisture in glass has been there for a long period of time, the moisture turns from a gas into a liquid. It condenses on the window glass surfaces between the panes and leaves deposits on the glass. As these deposits sit there, they become embedded into the pores of the window glass, and cannot be removed with cleaning solutions.

Having gone through so many freezing cycles, the window glass often separates from the spacer, allowing more moisture into the space than our valves can disperse.

When that much damage occurs to the window's glass, it's challenging to cure the problem with a cleaning process. Glass replacement then becomes the best option.

There's no cure time with glass replacement; the view is restored immediately.

By replacing the window's glass only, and not the entire frame of the window, it is possible for you to save money. Plus, from an environmentally friendly perspective, the window frames and materials are kept out of the landfills.

For a free special report, visit http://www.windowreplacementrepair.com. In the greater St. Louis area call 314.966.2666 for a free estimate.

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