Glass block windows are generally composed of a number of single glass blocks held together with mortar. Over time, glass blocks can break, get scratched, or develop cracks. When one glass block in a window is damaged, the rest of the blocks of the window may follow.
homeowners do not need to remove the entire window. If caught in time, the damaged blocks can be replaced with new ones. Similarly, to a brick, the mortar is chipped out, and a brand new glass block is set in its place.
If your glass block window looks out of shape contact Coast to Coast Masonry today, we would be happy to take a look! Unmaintained windows may lead to leakage and further deterioration and damage.