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Repairing Windows With Seal Failure

Published on May 31, 2012 By Window Repair Expert

Let’s discuss how to detect window seal failure, the difference between seal failure and condensation and possible prevention of costly window repairs Repairing Windows with seal failure is most commonly known as Foggy Window Syndrome (Well, I’m coining that phrase). Windows don’t last forever and eventually need repairs. Roofing and siding materials have some of […]

A Window Repair Expert should be certified to perform repairs in your home

Published on May 22, 2012 By Window Repair Expert

Certifications and credibility are important when selecting a company to fix your windows Fact: The home improvement industry is one of the only industries where you do not need a college degree to stamp yourself as an “expert”. Just because someone says they’re an expert at repairing windows, usually isn’t the case. So, how do […]

Repairing Windows is being GREEN

Published on May 18, 2012 By Window Repair Expert

Being green doesn’t have to cost you an arm and a leg when it comes to repairing your windows The energy associated with the manufacture and installation of new replacement windows, could be much greater than for the repair of existing windows. An old wood or vinyl window sometimes can be repaired by simply adding […]

Fix Drafty Windows in Your Home

Published on May 15, 2012 By Window Repair Expert

Fixing drafty windows can be complicated or simple depending on the extent of the window repair needed. If you live in an older home, you may be aware of obvious air and/or moisture seeping into your home due to the windows breaking down over time. However, some newer homes have what we call “Builder-Grade” windows […]

Should You Repair or Replace Your Windows?

Published on May 8, 2012 By Window Repair Expert

Here are 4 important factors to help with your decision. Many of our customers want to know: Should I attempt to repair my windows or does the cost of replacing them outweigh the value of the repairs? The short answer is it depends on your situation. Of course there are a lot of variables and […]