Published on November 22, 2017
slide 2: Foggy window replacement may be the solution that you might be looking for the hazy windows instead of repairing but it very costly. Window defogging is capable of producing certain results that may help improve the visibility but it hardly does anything to improve the window’s functioning. When you first see the thermally insulated window fogged up you feel helpless as you are unable to find ways to remove it. You try to clean it but with no success. If you are stuck in this situation for long you might be wondering what is going on and how you can do anything about it. Window defogging is the process that aims to expel the water vapor within the window and then seal it before it enters again. Most of the windows that are available today are integrated glass unit. It means that two or three panes of glass are factory sealed to form a single unit which can’t be separated. These days every new window is created this way. Heat and cold move readily in the atmosphere in the same ways as air. When the space between the two panes of the glass is filled with air it acts a thermal break. But when space is filled with argon or krypton they work more effectively. slide 3: To this end a hole is drilled into a glass and the solution is sprayed in the window that causes the fog to dry up. It has to be done professionally. The costs involved in the procedure is very less and the process will surely help make your window get rid of the fog It is better to repair the foggy windows than to replace them with newer ones.