Home Window Repair Services
Windows are very important when it comes to heating and cooling your home. At Glass Solutions, we specialize in home window repair. We can provide you with all the information you need to decide whether or not your windows need to be replaced, and we also offer:
- Double-pane windows with sliding blinds
- Decorative glass with matching sidelights
- An all-weather glass that meets or exceeds regulations
- Energy-efficient glass
- Hurricane-rated laminated glass
- Low-Emissivity (Low-E) Glass Windows
- Insulated Glass Repair
- And More!
Get in touch with our team for specific details related to the sort of window repair services you need. We currently provide home window repair in Durham, NC, and throughout the Triangle including Raleigh, Cary, Wake Forest, Apex, Garner, and surrounding areas.
Should You Repair or Replace Your Window?
Replace Your Windows if…
- If your windows have been damaged
- If your windows are old and drafty
- If you want to reduce energy costs with newer, more efficient windows
Repair Your Windows if…
- If the glass is intact and no panes are broken
- If both the inside and outside frames are in good condition
We can also provide you with a free quote. We have years of experience in the industry, and we know how important it is to find a company that you can trust, so contact us today for a consultation.
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Why Choose Us for Your Home Window Repair Needs
We provide professional window installation, replacement, and repair services to our customers throughout the Durham area. We are fully insured and our experts have over 20 years of experience in this industry.
Advantages of Home Window Repair Services
Replacing home windows can be an expensive venture, but glass repair is usually small enough that it won’t break the bank. You save money by fixing your broken or drafty old windows rather than getting new ones installed.
You get to keep the original look of your house if you repair your home’s existing frames rather than changing them completely.
The glass repair experts at Glass Solutions will make sure that your window is working properly again, or they’ll suggest a replacement if it’s no longer an option.
How Our Durham Window Repair and Replacement Company Can Help You
After a bad storm, you might discover chipped or cracked windows throughout your property. This can be bad for both the interior of your home and its exterior.
If your windows are drafty and letting in the cold air, you need to get that fixed right away. If there is damage because of a fallen tree or something else, then we can help.
We will identify the problem and fix it so you don’t have to worry about it again. Glass Solutions gives you the peace of mind that comes with knowing your home is in good repair and completely functional.
Can I repair my house windows?
Yes, if you have a small crack or chip in your home’s glass, then you can get it fixed.
Is double-pane glass expensive?
Double-pane windows provide added insulation value, and they also make your home quieter and more energy-efficient. Replacing a window with a double pane one will cost more initially, but you’ll save money on your heating and cooling bills in the long run.
How much does window glass replacement cost?
The cost varies based on the size, the type and quality of the window. To get an accurate price, please give us a call at 919-772-1007.
What’s the lifespan of a home window?
Depending on what kind of glass the window has and how well you care for it, it can last from 10 to 25 years. Replacing a broken window is expensive because it requires a professional installer to take out the old frame and put a new one in its place.
Do I have other options if my windows are drafty?
You can reduce the amount of air that enters through your windows by adding insulation, weather stripping, or a storm panel. You can also fill in any gaps with caulk to prevent as much cold air as possible from entering your home.
How can I remove frost from my windows?
If you can touch the glass, then it’s warm enough that you should be able to wipe away frost. If you’re having trouble with this, then there might be another problem like a broken seal or an obstruction in the window pane.
What does Low-E glass signify?
Low-emissivity (Low-E) windows are designed to reduce the amount of heat that passes through them. The special coating on the glass minimizes fading and the damage that comes with it.