If you have a window with a broken seal, our company can help. We specialize in window repair and will be able to fix your window quickly and efficiently. A broken seal can happen for several reasons, but the most common reason is due to weather changes. When the temperature outside changes, it can cause the seal to break. If you live in an area with extreme weather changes, it’s important to check your windows regularly to make sure the seals are still intact. Our team will come out and remove the entire unit and replace it with a brand new sealed unit.
We specialize in window repair and installation, so you can rest assured that your home is in good hands. Installing a single pane window is a fairly straightforward process, but there are a few things you should keep in mind. First, measure the opening of the window to ensure that the new window will fit properly. Next, remove the old window and any debris from the opening. Once the opening is clean, install the new window by securing it with screws or nails. Finally, caulk around the edges of the window to seal it in place and prevent drafts.
If you have a broken window, our company can replace one pane of glass in a double glazed window. This is a repair that we specialize in and we have many satisfied customers. We know that a broken window can be a big inconvenience and we will do our best to repair it as quickly as possible. Plexiglass is a cheaper alternative to glass, and our company specializes in window repair. We often get asked whether or not plexiglass is a cheaper option for window repair, and the answer is yes! Plexiglass is less expensive than glass, and it’s also lighter and stronger.
Can you replace a window without replacing the frame?
If your window is starting to show its age, you may be wondering if you can replace the glass without having to replace the entire frame. The good news is that our company specializes in window repair and we can often times replace just the glass. However, there are a few things you should keep in mind before making this decision. First, depending on the type of frame material, it may be more difficult to take out the old glass and insert new glass without damaging the frame.
Second, even if you are able to successfully replace the glass without damaging the frame, there is always a chance that something could go wrong during installation and cause damage to the frame. For these reasons, we generally recommend replacing both the glass and frame at the same time. This will ensure that your window looks great and functions properly for many years to come.