excessive haze in new windows

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    brendan

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    i know hard-coat low-e glazing is expected to have a slight blue haze if you look at it carefully from an angle, but i have some new units put in and the haze is always noticeable. Is this typical of cheap units, or is something wrong with them? Should i suck it up or kick up a fuss? Pic attached. Thanks

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    Hi brendan,
    All I can say is that looks dreadful. You should have a hard job telling them from plain clear glass. I think a complaint is in order here. Were the installers FENSA registered ?
    JohnKay, Aug 14, 2013
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