Replacement of insulating windows

Are your window panes not as clear as they used to be?

Common problems

  • Steam between the two windows.
  • Dirt between the two panes.
  • Broken or scratched glass.
  • Deterioration of the energy glass coating on the insulating glass.

If you experience one or more of these situations, you don’t have to change your entire window. We can replace just your insulating glass.

The vast majority of windows in today’s homes are made with insulating glass, also known as thermal glass, energy-efficient glass, or sealed units. This glazing consists of two sealed panes separated by a space filled with air or an inert gas, such as argon or krypton.

This glazing composition gives windows their insulating properties. Over time or due to breakage, a unit may lose its seal and allow moisture or dirt to enter between the two panes.

Replacing fogged or broken thermal windows is our specialty at Solutions Fenêtres!

We replace all types of insulating glass, whether it’s windows, doors, patio doors or solariums.

We also offer several options, including double or triple insulating glass, as well as clear, tempered or tiled windows. Our products are superior quality and our insulating glass is guaranteed for 10 years.

The advantages of having Solutions Fenêtres replace your insulating glass 

  • More economical and environmentally friendly than a complete window change.
  • Clear windows again.
  • Wide variety of top quality glazing.
  • Insulating glass (thermal glass) is guaranteed for 10 years.
  • Simple, fast and personalized service.
  • Professional and flawless installation.
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  • At Solutions Fenêtres, we make it our responsibility to promote your windows’ durability. We’ll help you avoid the significant expense of a complete window replacement.

Trust us with replacing your insulating glass – a lower cost option.

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