Even though VELUX roof window panes are of a high quality, an original VELUX pane will still
fail through time.
If the glazing unit has failed, it should always be replaced.
When the glazing unit has deteriorated, the level of insulation is considerably lower than with a new, low-energy pane.
Keeping the warmth inside
This results in increased heat loss through the pane, which will result in higher heating costs and also in you experiencing a sensation of draught from the window in the form of down-draught from the glass. It is relatively easy to determine if a glazing unit has deteriorated, if the pane seems dim and you can see unmistakable humidity between the layers of glass. Try turning the sash around to the cleaning position - you will often be able to see condensation run between the layers of the glass. This shows that humid atmospheric air has penetrated the space between the panes.
Today, the normal procedure is to replace your broken down glass units with modern low-energy panes. As mentioned, a low-energy pane will result in reduced heating costs and a better indoor climate by keeping the warmth inside a room during the winter and outside during summer.
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