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I have had moisture between my bay windows and now they are all streaky and look as though they have not been cleaned for years, i wondered if there was anywhere that cleaned inside the panes and replaced new seals.I phoned a company called Window Doctor but they said we don't do that we would have to replace all the lot,it seems a shame when there is nothing wrong with the glass ,it is the glass that wants cleaning inside and new seals fitted.

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They are factory sealed units, same thing happened to me. The only way is to have new glass fitted, plenty of glass company's will do this.

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phone brian on 0114 2649171...he did mine for me,can't remember how much it was but it wasn't expensive

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Once upon a time glass companies could take units apart and reseal them - apparently Health and Safety dictates it isn't worth doing any more!

 

2482131 - Ask for John, he does DGU's for a good price

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As a landlord in Sheffield i sometimes get this problem in my Properties, as well as broken glass, i have just spoken to the people i use and they will give you a free no obligation quote, ring Linda on 2507097. The new units will be guaranteed

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Thanks escort1 i have phoned Brian and he is calling in the morning.

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