Before we even start with discussing the steps to seal a cracked glass, we at Innovative Aluminium & Glass provide glass repair services round the clock.

So, if you need to fix broken glass at your home or commercial space, don’t hesitate and contact us at 1800 679 661 so that we can help you further.

But if in any case, you are in a rush to fix the window, you can go ahead and read some brief steps so that you can repair your window as soon as possible.


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If you have a double-glazed window that has been cracked, that is a high probability that it will depressurize and cause fogging and structural deterioration.

In some extreme situations, the cracked glass needs professional help with regards to measurement and installation of a new window. So, in the meantime, how would you fix the cracked window?


Sealing a Cracked Glass Window

One point to keep in mind while sealing the window is that the condition of it is not that bad, if the situation seems manageable then you should wait for a professional to come around and fix it.

If the glass is beyond repair and you need to replace it, then you should go ahead and seal it while the help arrives.

To restore the tightness of the windows and reduce the vacuum, you should get hold of a solid adhesive like glue, silicone sealant, or a clerical tape.

These adhesives would tighten and solidify the window frame once you close it. While closing the window, you should be very careful as a rash movement would damage the window further and hamper your safety.

This is something you should avoid at all costs as windows are quite fragile.

After you have done the above steps and closed the windows, you should limit any sort of physical contact with the window. Unwanted interactions with the window would further aggravate the condition of the window.

If you take these necessary steps and precautions, then you will not have any problems related to holding the window structure until the professional glazier comes and fixes it.


Summing up

Although sealing a window with the mentioned adhesives would surely help maintain the structural integrity of the window, but it would not ensure the safety of your premises.

Whatever the situation is, it is always advised to seek professional help and ask them to guide you regarding fixing the broken glass.

Depending upon the extremities of the situation, you can proceed with the above steps in a prudent manner to replace or repair the window.

Still, got some questions? Don’t hesitate and call us on 1800 679 661 or head to our website now!


Also read: Should You DIY or Call A Glass Window Repair Company in Sydney?