Insulated window glass consists of two or more panes of glass separated by a piece called a spacer. The spacer creates a cavity of air between the two panes of glass. An adhesive is applied to the spacer creating an airtight, watertight seal that traps the air or gas within the cavity between the two panes. The entire assembly is often referred to as an insulated glass unit (IGU). Over time, insulated glass units can lose their seal allowing air and moisture to creep in, resulting in a cloudy or foggy appearance between the panes of glass.
Storefront damage can happen because of a multitude of reasons. Wind damage, contact with a moving vehicles, or deterioration of storefront over time. In most cases, we are able to replace missing or damaged parts to extend the life of your current storefront.
Two Rivers Glass & Door specializes in repairing and replacing doors for commercial properties in and around the Des Moines Metro Area. Common areas where doors have problems over time include damaged closers, hinges, or locking devices. These can be repaired to extend the life of your storefront door.
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