We are a local, family-owned company with expert technicians for your home and business. We specialize in window repair, sliding glass door repair, window & door lock repair and replacement, screen repair & replacement, and broken glass repair. Call us 24/7 today for service.
Our home window repair technicians can replace broken glass with exact match window glass or you can choose to upgrade. We can match the new glass to your other windows and doors. We can also offer more energy efficient glass in your window.
We can repair or replace dual pane windows. For dual pane windows to get you the maximum energy savings they must be installed, and repaired correctly. We make sure that your dual window pane window is performing as it should through skilled and qualified repair.
Window locks not working anymore? We can repair your window locks to make sure every window is safe and secure. Windows are a favorite of burglars; keep your house locked down safely.
We can repair your windows to make sure to keep the temperature outside (hot or cold) out and the temperature inside from escaping. Save on energy bills each and every month of the year.
Whether you just need your sliding glass rollers replaced or a completely new piece of sliding door glass, we can take care of both jobs quickly and professionally.
Need thermal pain window repair? Call us today and get our expert technicians to the rescue.
Are you concerned about glass safety for yourself, family, or business customers? There are many options to choose from to increase safety and reduce the chances of glass breaking in the future.
Tempered glass is also known as toughened glass and is made to shatter in very small pieces instead of large and jagged shards. These small pieces are considered less dangerous and cause less injury. It is made with a special process to make it tougher than regular glass. Tempered glass is used in car windows, shower doors, and residential and commercial doors and windows.
Laminated glass is made up of two or more layers of glass that are held together by a middle layer. The middle layer is usually polyvinyl butyral (PVB), ethylene-vinyl acetate (EVA), or Thermoplastic Polyurethane (TPU). Laminated glass usually does not break into pieces even if it is shattered, because the other layer of glass and the middle layer keep everything together. It might look like a spiderweb when broken, but it is still in one piece and not in shards.
Hurricane impact glass is usually made up of laminated glass but may be a combination of tempered and laminated glass and is strong enough for the Florida Building Code. If you have regular glass installed and want to change to impact, you will likely need a new frame because the impact glass is much heavier than regular glass.