Windows on Washington wrote:
A lighter and Goof Off in the same picture is a bit scary. Dangerous combination!!!
They look to be single hungs so no option to pull the top sash down.
Tilt the window in and look on the sides of the lower sash for some markings or a sticker.
Worst case scenario, you can take the sash (if the lower is the one fogged) to a local glass shop and have them re-made with new glass if you are trying to avoid replacement.
If you go to our webpage, there is a blog about seal failures and your options for repairing them.
It is a double hung. The top sash can be moved all the way down.
The previous owners signed up at a mall kiosk on NW Ohio for a "chance to win".... they were contacted, then were sold some windows. The previous owners said the customer service sucked and Window Man was out several times to fix the mistakes. A few years later, window man went out of business in this area.
Would getting these repaired at a window shop be cheaper than buying new ones?
I also have a 4'x8' front window that leaks around the glass frames big time.