Window glass repair provider in Lansing, MI? Onsite Screen Repair Service: We’ll also come to you! Don’t worry if you can’t make it to the shop, we also repair screens on site at your home or office. We service all of West Michigan, including: Greater Grand Rapids, Muskegon, Grand Haven, Holland, and Kalamazoo. We can remove your window screen frames, replace the screen mesh and reinstall on your entire house! Full service from start to finish.
Double Pane Window Glass Repair: If the glass in your double pane window cracks or breaks, the panels can easily be replaced without installing an entirely new window. Foggy Glass Replacement: Does your window have a failed seal? Does it look cloudy or discolored in between the panes? We can help with that! Our high quality and experienced technicians will replace the glass and remedy those foggy windows. Our new glass also comes with a 10 year warranty! We can replace the glass without replacing the whole window saving you time and money.
Standard Fiberglass Screen Repair: Lightweight, tough and durable. with 18×16 screen mesh. Standard Fiberglass Screen lightly filters the sunlight and is a great low cost option. Standard Fiberglass is the most common window screen. (Features two colors: Charcoal, Grey) See extra info on window screen replacement.
Like damaged frames, cracked or broken glass requires your immediate attention. Repair or replace your windowpane quickly to secure your home and prevents accidental cuts by the broken glass. Regular window maintenance will keep your home looking good. Not only that, but it will help you save on energy costs!
Varnish/stain your wooden windows: A varnish or stain is another way of protecting your wooden window frames as it stops weathering elements getting to the wood immediately. Don’t forget! Re-varnishing wooden window frames is important after original varnish has begun to wear down. You don’t need to spend huge amounts of money on a varnish but you do need to make sure you sand the frames down before varnishing. A wood stain is probably less effective than varnish for its ability to prevent rot and weathering but it does help lengthen the life of wood window frames.
Moisture circulation inside of a sealed window frame is a natural, constant process that is unavoidable. Foggy windows are the result of ventilation’s lack – this mist is a condensation. In the beginning, it’s a few drops that evaporate when the sun is up. But it tends to increase and accumulate: if insulated window frame is broken in some way, this often leads to more and more moisture between the panes. The problem gets permanent when the fluid starts to drip down and cannot evaporate from there. At the same time, existing problems with the sealing of the frame most likely will increase too. This leaves homeowners with the perspective of the insulated windows repair job. When moisture – especially severe – appears, some homeowners immediately think of replacing glass panes or even the whole frame! This is way much more than needed, plus it costs a fortune (good two-paned insulated windows are pretty expensive!) and often takes a lot of time. Read more information at michiganscreen.com.