Repair and Replacement
Window repairs and replacements are inevitable the longer you use your windows and the frequency. Therefore, we’ve come up with a list of window repair and replacement tools and techniques that help us tackle the problems head-on. We’re able to combat most broken windows and repair or replace them with new ones that look clean and sleek. Our repairs and replacements will have you wondering what happened to the old window, as you won’t even recognize it with its new repairs. Depending on the severity of the damage will also determine what type of repairs or replacements may be needed, whether it’s reconstructing a wooden window frame or replacing the fiberglass inside of a window, we can easily do both and more!
Crack repairs are a relatively easy fix. The glass in your windows can become cracked if it has been hit with blunt force or extensive pressure from the frame. In which case, blunt force is common and can be salvaged with patching or glass pane repairs, while pressure cracks from the window frame should be addressed by looking at the window frame itself. If the glass is cut too big for the window frame or the frame is too small for the glass, this can lead to unnecessary cracking or shattering. To avoid this, enlisting professionals to measure and scale your windows to their frames is crucial.
While some traditional windows still have generic glass as their centerpiece, more and more modern window makers are making use of fiberglass instead. Fiberglass is a stronger, more flexible composite that provides enough firmness for a sturdy window but has some softness to it that can help deflect potential damage. If your fiberglass has become damaged and could use an overhaul, we can repair it by resurfacing using sealing techniques or with a newly-cut piece of fiberglass altogether. Fiberglass can typically be repaired by digging the edges of the crack to hinder it from spreading, while the crack and holes are then filled with a sealant and epoxy setting that keep them strong and durable.
Window Frame Repair
Window frame repairs are often needed when the frame of your window becomes scratched, cracked, or scathed. Providing it’s an unsightly appearance, window frames may need replacements if they are falling apart, causing potential injury to guests, or could ruin the integrity of your inner glass window. Above all, you should let the professional remove the window frame for you before installing a new one, to avoid hurting yourself or causing damaging to your home’s interiors.
Energy Efficient Replacement
If you have an old or existing window that could use replacing, you might want to consider replacing it with an energy efficient one that could optimize the space better. Energy efficient replacements are updated window replacements that use the latest technology to save your energy and better insulate a space. We recommend energy efficient replacements in most cases where the existing window pane isn’t providing the protection that’s expected of it.