How to Fix a Broken Window Glass Pane the Right Way
Looking to fix a broken window pane on your own? While there are several DIY tutorials you can follow, the dangers of dealing with broken glass on your own may not be the safest choice to make when repairing your broken window. If you’re looking to repair your window pane, call on a certified professional instead.
Window Repair Solutions at Glass Doctor
At Glass Doctor®, we know that a broken glass pane doesn’t always mean that your whole window is broken. Instead, we fix issues at the root of the problem so you don’t have to spend money on unnecessary supplies.
When you schedule an in-home consultation with us, we will give you an upfront estimate of the cost of fixing only what is necessary, so you never have to worry about additional charges or overtime fees.
Dangers of Dealing with Broken Glass
Depending on the type of broken glass in your window, you and your family may be at risk of getting seriously hurt from your broken window. If you’re handling broken glass on your own, you may not be able to see the tiny shards of sharp glass surrounding the window. That’s why it’s important to call a certified professional to clean and secure this exposed area of your home.
Glass Doctor offers 24/7 emergency window repair services at our locations across the United States and Canada to assist homeowners when an accident or break-in occurs.
Installation Process with Glass Doctor
Many people may try to fix a broken window pane on their own, but they often end up prolonging the issue. At Glass Doctor, we come to your home, assess the damage, and order specific window parts and custom cut glass for your broken window.
We aim to fix the broken window pane within a single visit; however, should we need to order specialty glass or parts, we’ll board up the exposed part of your home and thoroughly clean the area of broken glass. As soon as we receive your special part, our specialists will return to install your pane according to industry standards and to your satisfaction.