Home Glass Repair
Glass Repair offers free in-home estimates to help you fully evaluate your needs. We will measure the glass, show you how we can repair or replace it, and then give you the best price possible. Typically, it will take a week or so from when we take your order to receive the newly fabricated unit. As soon as the new glass is delivered to our warehouse, we inspect it for quality and then contact you to schedule the installation. If the replacement glass is a product that we have in stock, installation can be scheduled much sooner. Some of the Glass Repair provides include the following:
- Insulated Glass Replacements
- Patio Doors
- Storm Doors & Windows
- Tempered Glass
- Obscured Glass
- Screen repairs
Why Call Us
Did one of the neighborhood kids put a baseball through your window? Maybe your lawnmower launched a rock into a sidelight. Did your dog chew through your screen again? No problem. Just give Glass Repair a call and we’d be happy to send a member of our team to your home to make the repair. Windows in your home that have broken glass usually can be repaired without having to replace the entire window. We offer single pane, double glazed and triple glazed glass in windows and doors. We also offer replacement parts, such as handles, latches and balance rods which can be fixed in most cases.
Fogged Glass Replacement
Has your glass window started to fog up? Or maybe you’re noticing moisture inside one of your casement windows. Either way, the problem is the result of a broken seal.
When the seal at the top or base of an air-tight window unit has been compromised, air can seep in between the two panes of glass. And where there’s air, there’s bound to be moisture.
Moisture is not the only thing that can obscure your view when a window seal has broken. Over time, mold can begin to grow in the warm, damp space between the glass.
It may take months or even years for the fog and/or mold to affect your view, but once you decide it’s time to have the problem fixed, call Glass Repair. We provide fogged glass replacement for residential homes.
Tinted Glass, Coated & Low-E Glass
Clear glass was the primary glazing material used in the glass industry for decades. During the past two decades, glazing technology has changed greatly. Research and development into different types of glazing has created a new generation of glazing materials. Special tints and coatings have greatly increased energy efficiency in windows and doors. Low-emission glass (Low-E) is a clear glass with a microscopically-thin coating of metal oxide. This allows the sun’s heat and light to pass through the glass into the building. At the same time it blocks the heat from leaving the room, reducing heat loss considerably.
Are you concerned about the environment and trying to do your part to make our world a better place? Do you want to put a few more dollars in your pocket?
Then Low E & Argon Gas in your glass units may be just what your home needs.
These custom made IG (Insulated Glass) units are created to neutralize the effects of changing weather on the inside of your home. They help keep a constant temperature longer so your air-conditioning and heating systems don’t have to boot up quite so often. Additionally, they’re designed with double or triple-pane glass, which provides added protection against air leakage.
Argon gas is better at reflecting heat compared to plain air, which is why Low E & Argon Gas windows have it between each separate piece of glass. That means unwelcomed heat is inhibited from entering your home while the warmth you want stays put. Regardless of the season, this ensures the climate is stable in your home.
This specialty glass also has a unique glaze that helps keep heat from seeping out. In addition, it allows visible light to enter your home and also protects against harmful ultraviolet light.
Another feature of Low E & Argon Gas windows is the ability to increase or decrease solar gain – a very beneficial feature depending on the climate where you reside. If you happen to live in a colder climate, for example, you’ll want higher solar gain.