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A damaged window is a big problem: not only does it expose you to wet weather and damp, but it can also be an open invitation for pests and, of course, thieves. If you are planning to sell or rent out your property, a damaged window can also be a huge turnoff for potential customers. When you need a double glazing repair or replacement job, your ideal Pro will be a qualified and experienced local glazier.
Finding this ideal candidate for a job can be huge a hassle, but you can save yourself a great deal of time and stress with Plentific. Once you post your job with Plentific.com, some of the best glaziers in your local area will be in touch to offer customised quotes. Talking with candidates is easy over the Plentific platform, and you can even visit candidate profiles to compare their qualifications and customer reviews. Best of all, each and every job booked via Plentific is covered by the Plentific Guarantee.
What do you need to know about double glazing repair or replacement?
Double glazing has become much more popular and widespread over the last few years. It is an effective and efficient way to improve the energy efficiency of a home, ensuring that less heat is lost and that heating bills stay down.
Luckily, repairing or replacing a double glazed window is cheaper than having one installed. In fact, the bulk of what you will be paying will be labour, since the units themselves can be bought reasonable cheaply. On average, you could expect a replacement service to cost between £50 and £85 per pane, though your overall quote will naturally depend on the size and number of windows that needs work.
The cost of a repair will depend on the type of fault. A faulty lock can cost around £45 to repair, whereas a broken handle may set you back £20. A poorly installed or damaged unit may also suffer from condensation which will make it foggy. A repair for this kind of problem can usually cost between £25 and £40 per unit. To ensure that you get a competitive price, try to collect quotes from at least three local glaziers.