Why Can’t I Close My Double Glazed Window?

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A uPVC window that won’t properly close usually has a few primary causes, such as the following:

Damaged hinges

You typically know if a window frame’s hinges are worn or damaged as there will be a gap between the sash and the hinge side of the window.

Broken locks

When your windows are shut but a bank card slides easily between the sash and the hinge side of the window frame, the lock needs to be adjusted to tighten the seal.

A broken sash window

Try shutting your window fully or as much as it will, If you can see light leaking through the gap on your window’s top corner when you move the handle, your window has likely lowered and your sash may need to be replaced.

Still having problems with your windows?

If you’re still experiencing problems with your windows, don’t hesitate to get in touch for professional assistance. Our team of experts can assess the condition of your windows and provide recommendations for repairs or replacements to ensure they are functioning smoothly and efficiently.

With years of experience in the industry, we’re dedicated to providing high-quality services that exceed our customers’ expectations. So, if you’re having trouble with your windows, contact Restoration Glazing today and let us help you restore your windows to their former glory.

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Written by Ben Croucher

May 4, 2023

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