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Glass Replacement Wayne MI

The surface of glass is not smooth, contrary to popular belief. If magnified, it actually has high and low areas similar to the peaks and valleys of a mountain range. The mineral deposits settle into the valleys and begin to build up. Unless the water sprayed on the glass is removed with a rag or a squeege, the problem will continue to get worse until the entire glass surface begins to develop a haze which can eventually be permanent.
 
Diamond Window Cleaners, specializing in Glass Replacement, uses professional products and tools, so we can do a world of good for your windows, and it generally lasts longer than when when the homeowner cleans the windows themselves.

We can replace the screen mesh in an existing screen frame, or build a new screen, that blocks up to 90% of the sun's rays to help keep your windows cool in the summer and, believe it or not, warmer in the winter.

Sun Control Screening is available in a wider range of colors than regular insect screening. From the outside, sun control screening offers a uniform look to windows and doors for your Wayne MI home.

Before we can understand how or why windows fail, we must first understand some nomenclature. A thermo-pane window, or insulated glass unit (IGU) is two panes of glass separated by an aluminum spacer which is a hollow rectangular aluminum tube.

In the early stages of visible failure, a mist may appear and disappear through the natural cycle of evaporation. As the saturation point is further exceeded though, the dangers begin, as moisture becomes permanent, progressively leaving mineral deposits, stripping the insulating properties of the unit, and scarring the glass.

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