Using a #25 Torx drive, remove the two screws at the top or bottom of the window, depending on where the broken pane is located.
Pull off the top or bottom piece of material.
Remove the broken glass and old silicone from the slot. The silicone will stick to the glass, but not the window material. ** CAUTION: GLASS MAY CUT YOU! **
Slide the new piece of glass into the grooves in the material.
Replace the top or bottom piece of material by sliding it into the grooves in the sides. Be sure the smaller piece of material that divides the glass fits into the groove in the top or bottom piece. Replace the two screws with the #25 Torx Drive (le point).
Run a line of silicone sealant around the edge of the glass to match the other panes, inside the groove. You will need a caulk gun for this step.
Leave window flat for 24 hours to dry.
Our windows are made right here in Iowa..not overseas. They can be easily installed in all types of buildings.
If you ever have the need, replacing a broken pane of glass is easy. Anyone with minimal skills can do it with ordinary household tools.
Please call in to request custom sized windows. (800) 765-1489
Custom sizes are made and shipped back to you within 14 days or less.