1.Your windows are very old, windows like all products have a limited lifespan, in our opinion if your windows are more than 25 years old then you should consider replacing the entire window. After 25 years your window may suffer from rubber gasket shrinkage, poor airtightness and old and worn hinges and handles. Replacing the glass in poor quality frames may not be a wise investment as you may have to consider replacing the entire window several years later, our expert team can inspect your frames and offer you free consultation and advice. If you windows will not benefit from new glazing then we promise we will not try to sell you replacement glazing, we can if required offer you a quote for new PVC windows and PVC and composite doors but only if invited by you the client.
2. If your windows frames are aluminium and suffer from condensation on the frames then replacement glazing will not solve this problem, condensation results from moisture in air in your home condensing on the cold surface of your window frames. While these frames may benefit from new glazing the condensation will persist.