Foggy home window repair covered by warranty?
One of my neighbors recently sold her home. Before the sale was final, the home had to pass inspection. The inspector said she needed to fix several foggy home windows. When getting a quote for the window replacement, she was told the seals on the insulated units failed. She was encouraged to check if the windows were still under warranty.
After some investigation, she discovered the windows were still covered under warranty, and her home was nearly ten years old! The windows were fully warrantied against seal breakage for ten years. Seal breakage caused the foggy look. After filing a claim with the manufacturer, the parts were covered by the warranty! She only had to pick up the replacement glass units and hire an installer.
Have you had your home windows replaced and noticed some of them have become foggy? (See the photo to the right - the right side of the window is foggy). Perhaps your home was built in the last decade, are any of your home window seals failing? In either instance, your home windows might be covered by some type of warranty.
Glass Today can help homeowners learn how to navigate their warranty claim. Regardless of the window brand, we can help you if you have foggy or broken windows. No warranty, no problem! We recommend replacing the insulated unit with a high quality, reasonably priced, Quaker brand insulated glass unit. Best yet, Quaker’s home insulated glass units have a life time warranty!*
If you have foggy or broken windows, contact Glass Today and ask for a free quote. Don’t put it off; your clear view may be less expensive than you think! The sooner you get on it, the better chance you have to save money.
(See http://www.quakerwindows.com/images/Warranties.pdf for specific warranty info.)