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Simply put, dual GLAZE™ DOUBLE GLAZING replaces the old single glazed glass from your home with new double glazed glass.
The current make up of your specific windows & doors, for example the material (aluminium or timber) and level of wear, will determine which specific service you require from the team.
Explained in detail below:
Opening windows (awning, casement, bifold, sliding) require both glass and inner joinery & hardware to be replaced.
Door glass replacement
Fixed door panels (non opening) require a ‘bead’ and rubber seal replacement along with the glass – see image for ‘Fixed Frame Windows’ above.
Opening doors (sliding, bifold, hinged & French) in many instances require both glass, inner joinery and hardware to be replaced – however in some sliding doors a glass and bead solution can be achieved.
Are the aluminium frames compromised, damaged, not up to the added weight of new double glazed glass, or potentially beyond repair = full replacement dual GLAZETM windows & doors
For some work, a builder and subsequent trades may be required to complete the job to a finished standard, for example external weatherproofing, internal plaster & paint. Your dual GLAZE™ consultant can advise of their specific requirements for the work ahead.
A note on building code compliance: the dual GLAZE™ double glazing replacement windows & doors process does not in most instances compromise the building structure of your home. Windows & doors are classed as non structural elements within your home. As long as you are looking at exact replacements, there is no need to file for new council consents and approvals. Your dual GLAZE™ consultant is the best person to speak with on this.