Lansing, MI screen & window repair service? 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). Satisfied clients are our best form of advertising. Here’s what some recent customers have to say: They were very friendly and easy to work with, they sent an email to remind of the appointment, the repair person was on time and was very knowledgeable of the job. Everything looks great, and I couldn’t be happier.
Standard Aluminum Screen Repair: Features a sturdy aluminum mesh. Heavy Duty Aluminum Screens are stronger than our Standard Fiberglass Screen and is ideal large window openings, patio and porch screens. Although the Standard Aluminum Screen is tougher, and more expensive, it is the longest lasting screen solution and holds up to weather the best. (Features two colors: Charcoal, Grey) We are able to switch out the glass and install for any number of custom windows
Single Pane Window Glass Repair: A lot of old houses still have original single pane windows, if these windows are broken or damaged each can often restore them close to original condition. We are able to repair wood rot, discoloration, and single pane glass in your wood frame. Don’t throw out your old wood windows! Custom Window Glass Repair: If the windows in your house were custom ordered, the windows are better off being repaired than replaced. We can custom order the glass to fit perfectly. We are able to switch out the glass and install for any number of custom windows. Read more details at home window screen repair near holland.
Reduce timber decay: For traditionalists, genuine timber sash windows are likely to be the most popular choice for traditionalists as plastic will rarely achieve the right look. Wood is an excellent natural insulator, extremely durable and, if taken care of properly, a timber frame can last for a remarkably long time. The presence of moisture is the most common cause of timber decay. The easiest way to avoid timber decay is to keep the windows clean and dry. However, if you do happen to have some timber decay on and around your windows there is a remedy! Often, timber decay is localised, commonly at joiner points, and can be remedied by indenting sections of new timber at the affected areas. Ensure that all external timber frames are adequately painted to protect the timber from water. Ideally, the rotten timbers should be removed and replaced; if the damage area is fairly small, it can be cut away and a new piece of timber joined to that remaining.
Doors – as much as windows – is your building’s face (either of the commercial or private estate). They allow entering and exiting from a space, so they must function well – and look good too. Doors with glass (such as patio o French) can definitely make your insides brighter with the sunlight. With clean, right-installed panes they also make an interior of your building appear to be more spacious. But there are problems that present in some properties – such as glass (or a whole unit) breaking. This makes your home or workplace worse in terms of appearance and functionality. We truly believe that doors and windows are an important part of a building. That means owners who do not maintain these units so they work and look good are to be considered careless in terms of property. The main argument for this is decreased effectiveness of those doors – broken or neglected. Door repair is needed when there are some functional or visual defects. Namely, paint cracks and glass breakage.
Use spray-form insulation or caulk to help you seal your windows. Re-painting: Re-paint wooden and metal window frames every three to four years. It helps protect them from the elements and maintains their appearance. Always apply paint onto windows that have been well cleaned. Be careful not to paint over moving parts or a shut window, as the window will get stuck. See additional details at here.