As a business owner in Raleigh, you probably already know how important it is to make your visitors feel welcome from the moment they walk through your front door.
After all, if visitors don’t like the looks of your establishment, it’s very easy for them to turn around, walk out, and do their business elsewhere, which is the last thing you want!
One thing that can be a “turn off” to visitors to your business is if your glass door is chipped, shattered, or broken. Plus, broken or sharp glass can pose a safety hazard to guests and a liability to you as a business owner. If you need commercial glass door repair, Glass Solutions is here to help. Since 2009, we have been serving the greater Raleigh area with our glass repair and installation services.
At Glass Solutions, we understand the importance of having a strong, attractive commercial door, so we handle all repairs quickly and effectively so that you can get back to business. We can also assist with storefront glass repairs and replacement or other interior glass upgrades you require.
Benefits of Commercial Glass Door Repair
Repairing your commercial glass door can present a better image to customers while also keeping them safe when they enter your business.
You might be surprised to learn, though, that commercial glass door repair can come with other benefits as well.
#1 – Upgrade & Update
When you get your door repaired, it’s the perfect time to upgrade to a stronger, sturdier glass, which will limit the likelihood that you’ll need repairs done in the future.
#2 – Better Temperature Regulation
Furthermore, a strong, thick door can help regulate temperatures, keeping your customers comfortable and lowering your energy bills.
#3 – Improve Aesthetics Appeal
You can even choose to update the style or look of your door when you get repairs done, which can add convenience or just that little extra boost of curb appeal, which can be helpful when you’re trying to draw new customers in.
Why Choose Glass Solutions for Your Glass Door Repair?
Glass Solutions offers expert commercial glass door repair and replacement services in Raleigh and surrounding areas. We take pride in offering personalized consultations to determine which options are best for your home or commercial property’s aesthetic, as well as your budget and start-to-finish timelines.
Commercial Glass Door Repair FAQs
How Do You Know if Glass Doors Need to be Repaired?
If your office has a glass door it is important to make sure it is in pristine condition in order to make your business look professional but also to keep those who use the door on a daily basis safe. If a glass door is cracked it will be easy to see that the damage must be repaired, but it is possible for the door to be damaged without a clear sign. It is important to routinely check the health of the hinges on the door as well as the surround door frame to make sure that the door is healthy and doesn’t risk damage in the near future.
How Strong are Glass Doors?
If you are fearful that you will break the glass door at your office then you don’t have to worry. Commercial glass doors are built to withstand high levels of force so you don’t have to worry about breaking it. It is extremely uncommon for glass doors to break because of how strong they are, but if for some reason the door does break, because they are built with security glass you won’t have to worry about the glass shattering. The security glass keeps the glass from shattering and keeps it all attached together.
How Long Does It Take to Install a Commercial Glass Door?
Each commercial door project is slightly different because of the design of the building but also because of the needs of the client. Our team prides ourselves in the ability to quickly and efficiently analyze, plan, and install glass doors in our clients offices. If you would like to learn more about the glass doors or the installation process, feel free to reach out to our team.
How much Does It Cost to Replace a Commercial Glass Door?
It is tough to say, as there are several factors that come into play such as the severity of damage, the lifespan of the door, and thickness of the glass. Generally, you can expect to pay anywhere from $200 to $1,500 start-to-finish.