Can a Double Pane Window Be Resealed?

Karen McDonell Uncategorized

We do not offer resealing service on failed double pane sealed units. In our experience this process yields temporary results at best, and does not provide a viable solution for customers looking to properly maintain their homes. A factory-built new sealed unit is always the best choice and our recommendation. Contact us at 604.952.4000 if you would like to discuss …

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How Much Does It Cost To Replace a Double Pane Window?

Karen McDonell Uncategorized

Double pane glass replacement is an affordable and convenient solution for foggy or broken window problems. A basic, clear sealed unit starts at $60 plus labour to install. Some options that may affect price include tempered or safety glass, patterned glass or LoE coatings. We offer complimentary estimates, and our minimum labour charge for installation is $117.50. Once we have …

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What Causes Double Pane Windows to Fog?

netclimber Uncategorized

Double pane windows become foggy when the seal is broken and moisture is allowed into the sealed unit. Double pane windows have a layer of gas (usually Argon) in between the two panes that acts as insulation. If the seal is broken moisture will accumulate and you will experience condensation, or fog, in between your two panes of glass.

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Boundary Bay Dream House

megan4926 Uncategorized

One of the most interesting aspects of working at Apex Glass is getting the opportunity to see a home renovation or new build from the design phase to building through completion. Our customers have a tremendously diverse range of tastes and lifestyles which are reflected in the choices they make for their residences. From heritage revival to ultra-modern, South Deltans

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Ladner is awesome!

megan4926 Uncategorized

Last week our auto glass techs were busy installing windshields (Peterbilt, Kenworth and a tidy little Ford Escape) at Brent Kelly Farms in east Ladner and we were gifted with a couple of bags of potatoes. Red skin, yellow flesh “Rose Gold”. So delicious! So unique! I’ve tried them mashed, pan fried and baked and have succeeded in renewing my

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