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Two major reasons for replacing the Insulated Glass in Patio Doors in your Missouri or Kansas home: Broken panels or cosmetic. With failed seals, the symptoms are easy to spot – windows made from insulated glass with two or three panes develop condensation or fogginess between the glass panels that can’t be wiped off from either the inside or outside of the window. The cause: a failure in the edge seal that secures the individual panes of tempered glass. But the question then becomes, is there anything you can do about this problem, other than replace the entire window? And is it really necessary to do anything?
When an IGU seal fails, you may be able to replace the glass unit itself without replacing the entire window and frame. Santa Fe Glass provides replacement IGUs to your specifications that can be installed in existing window frames in most instances.
Our insulated glass replacement panels are available in three sizes, 28×76, 34×76, and 46×76. Insulated glass is designed to improve energy efficiency by using dual panes of glass. Dual panes work together to trap air, preventing indoor air from escaping and keeping outdoor air from seeping in. This helps reduce heating and air conditioning costs, making insulated units a sound investment. As a bonus, these doors also help keep exterior noise to a minimum.
We’ll help you find options that perfectly complement your home and budget. Call Santa Fe Glass today at (816) 254-5515, or stop by a location near you to learn more about quality patio replacement glass and residential glass products.