Window Repair
in Washington DC
There are several options for window repair that are not too expensive and can still get the job done.
Sliding windows are the most common and cost-effective option, as their sashes slide along metal tracks on the top and bottom of the window frame. But if the windows are not functioning properly, the tracks can cause more extensive problems. In these cases, the best way to fix your window is to hire a professional to fix the issue.

The first step in window repair is to measure the size of the broken window pane. Most home improvement stores will cut the glass to the correct size for your windows. If you don't know how to measure your window, you can cut a large sheet of glass to fit your window. The new glass should be 1/16" shorter on all sides. When setting the new pane in place, test it first to make sure it fits properly. If the damaged window has a silicone gasket, you will need double-sided foam tape or silicone.
If you can't find the problem yourself, you can always call a professional.
A handyman can fix most window problems for pennies, including windows installed before 1978. Older windows may have toxic lead paint that can cause further damage, so you should have a professional handle it. The sash is likely to be loose, and the wood might be rotten. Luckily, there are some simple ways to fix the problem yourself.

In some cases, window repair is a simple procedure. For small damage, you can simply replace the broken window pane. This usually costs between $100 and $250. It is also possible to paint the window and refinish the entire window. The replacement of the broken glass pane costs anywhere from $300 to 700. Depending on the size of the damage, you can expect the job to take between an hour and a half. However, if the damage is significant, you might need to hire a professional for a bigger job.

A skilled window repairman will use a special tool called a glass grinder.

This tool is used to remove broken glass panes. The sash can be laid flat on the floor to help you reach the broken part of the window. The glass can be replaced in two ways. The first one is by scraping and repairing the existing window sash. Another option is to replace the entire window. If you have the money, you can hire a professional.

If the window is made of wood, you can also replace the glass. While this is not the best option, it can help to improve the appearance of your home. In most cases, it is possible to repair a window without removing the sash. But if the window is made of aluminum, you'll need to remove the vinyl strip. Once the glass is removed, insert a flat-head screwdriver under the vinyl strip. Then pull the vinyl strip from the window sash by hand. You may have to overlap the top, bottom, or side strips.

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