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The act of installing a windowpane inside its frame is known as glazing. Window glazing can be performed on newly built homes and commercial buildings, or done as replacements or upgrades in existing structures. No matter which type is performed, it's important to hire a specialist who is experienced in completing window glazing to do this work in order to ensure it is done right.► Click For Free Window Glazing Quotes ◄
Window glazing involves more than just adding putty to a window frame and then inserting a glass pane. It also involves the careful measuring and cutting of panes of glass to exact dimensions. In some cases, double and triple panes of glass are installed to increase energy efficiency and insulate against outside noise. Installing these windows requires special attention to detail if the job is to be performed correctly.
Average window glazing prices depend on a number of factors including the size and shape of the window and number of panes being installed. Windows that are unusual sizes or shapes will cost more due to an increased price in needed materials. Consumers who are having all of their windows replaced can often get a discount from glaziers for having all of the work performed at one time. Those who live in remote areas may have to pay more for window glaziers, since contractors will have to travel a greater distance in order to reach them.
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Q. What are the benefits of window glazing?
A. The windows of properties used to only come with single glazing. However, nowadays property owners understand and place more importance on energy efficiency. A double or triple glazed home is much better at keeping the heat inside during winter months, and keeping it outside during summer months. This results in a more comfortable atmosphere, and also lowers the electricity bill significantly. Additional glazing adds increased security, and can also improve aesthetic appearance with the option of decorative glass. Itís even possible to select a certain privacy rating when choosing window glazing.
Q. Should window glazing be removed prior to painting wooden windows?
A. If the glazing is in good condition, removing it is not necessary. On the other hand, if it shows signs of cracking or peeling, it should definitely be removed prior to painting. A heat gun may be used to soften the glazing so that it can then be removed with a hand scraper.
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