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Frequently Asked Questons

How much does it cost to replace a window?

Homeowners can expect to pay up to 50 percent more for windows replacement than glass replacement. High-end window replacements can cost as much as $800-1,200 per window, while the typical cost is closer to $175. The price of a window can vary widely depending on its frame and design.

My window glass is broken, should I replace the glass or change the window too?

If the frames are still in good shape after the window has been removed, you can avoid having to replace the frames by performing a pocket window replacement. However, full-frame replacement windows are the way to go if your frames are old and drafty.

Can you repair the cracked glass door without replacing it?

Yes. We use the two-part epoxy procedure to fix picture glass, door or door sidelights, single-pane windows, mirrors, and glass tile. Similarly, it is generally possible to set glassware used in the kitchen that will not be heated. However, it depends on the condition of the crack. If the door glass is severely damaged, we will need to replace it.

Is it possible to remove the hole in the window glass?

Small holes in glass are simple to fix without replacing the entire pane. For this purpose, we wipe out both sides of the glass and then tape one side. Afterward, we fill the hole with prepared filler and scrape off the excess material. Once the filler is settled, we remove the tape and polish the glass. On the other hand, if the hole is a large one, you must replace it.

I’ve bought a new home. Should I rekey the lock or replace them?

The key pins used in locks are so cheap that rekeying is nearly always more cost-effective than replacing locks. When you change your locks, you’ll have to pay for both the work and the parts, but when you rekey them, you’ll simply have to pay for the labor.