Yes. Glass splashbacks are specifically intended for kitchen glass splashbacks and glass shower walls, so cut-outs for sockets and holes for shower fittings are not aproblem. The glass splashbacks must be cut in our workshop prior to toughening. Once toughened, the glass cannot be cut or drilled. Electrical socket cut-outs should be at least 50mm from the edge of the glass.
My windows have condensation inside the glass sealed units and become misted. Is it possible to fix this?
Yes. We can replace the glass units with replacement, made to measure new units. There is no need to remove the window frame as the units can be replaced with minimum disruption.
There are two main reasons for this problem, the locking mechanism may need adjusting or replacing or the hinges need replacing.
No, most times the lock can be renewed.