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Window Glass Replacement Contractors in Houston, TX

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Prescreened Window Glass Replacement Contractors in Houston, TX

Statewide Remodeling of Houston, LLC
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100 Northpark Central Dr.
Suite 450
Houston, TX 77073
Allwin Windows
1 Verified Ratings
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7122 Woodfern
Houston, TX 77040
The Window Authority of Houston
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(866) 466-5022
15825 State Highway 249 #3
Houston, TX 77086
Southern Remodelers
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13123 Richmond Avenue
Houston, TX 77082
Graycler Windows
5 Verified Ratings
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(866) 350-6459
13201 Northwest Freeway, Suite 800
Houston, TX 77040

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Reviews of Houston Window Glass Replacement Contractors

Project: Install or Replace Window Glass

they repaired my double pane glass on the side of my house. Showed up to my house in timely manner and did the job.

Project: Install or Replace Window Glass
Houston, TX

The service was prompt, efficient, my large cracked window was replaced. They were on time, polite and responsive.

Project: Install or Replace Window Glass
Houston, TX

Service was quick and professional. Robert was so pleasant and even had to go out in the rain to finish the window replacement. I WILL definitely recommend them and use them again if necessary.


Unscreened Window Replacement Companies in Houston, Texas

Duraflex Company
1207 Houston Ave
Houston, TX 77007
Exclusive Windows and Doors
1000 Jackson Blvd
Houston, TX 77006
USA Blinds Direct
640 E. 12th. Street
Houston, TX 77008
A & M Doors
119 Gray Street
Houston, TX 77002
Spectrum Windows
5633 SW Freeway
Houston, TX 77057

Things to Consider Before You New Windows in Houston, Texas:

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  • How many Windows are involved?
  • Is this an emergency?

Ideas & Inspiration from Houston Window Replacement Companies

Houston Window Replacement

The fact that replacement windows are so popular, though they lack the luster of a kitchen remodel, patio, or deck installation that actually adds livable space to your home, should tell you just how much they can improve the energy efficiency of your home. Heat and air conditioning can just bleed right through your windowpanes. In five to seven years, you should completely recoup your initial expense as other home improvements begin to need more and more maintenance.

Energy-Efficient Windows
Full-performance replacement windows offer an array of advantages for your home. They will insulate your home in both the summer and the winter. Older windows may have reached such bad condition that you can actually feel a draft coming from your windows. You probably already knew this about replacement windows, but what you may not know is that replacement windows can also help you control how much sunlight enters your home. Windows with a lower-visible transmittance may be a good idea for bedrooms and rooms with TVs. It may also extend the lifetime of your carpet by shielding it from unnecessary sun exposure. With the high humidity levels in Houston, windows with condensation resistance may also be something to consider. Your new airtight home may cause condensation to form on your windows during certain times of the year.

Cost of Windows
HomeAdvisor tracks all of the home improvement projects we process, including Houston window replacement. Among our other services, we provide you with this information so you'll know what to expect when local contractors contact you with estimates. The national average for complete window replacement is about $6,000-$7,000, although we've had some Houston homeowners replace their windows for as little as $3,000. Resist any sticker shock you might be feeling, and don't run away. In the end, your replacement windows will more than pay for themselves, and you'll immediately start seeing cuts in your utility bills. If financial resources are an issue, it may also make sense to borrow the money. You can use the money you save on your utility bills to pay off the cost of the project.

Project Length
There are seemingly endless window replacement manufacturers to choose from. Go to their websites or a window supply store, and you'll get the feeling that you're dealing with a sales pitch. By talking to a Houston window installer first, you'll get unbiased information and advice on which window and window manufacturer is right for your project. Many homeowners find that by purchasing their windows through a professional window contractor, they end up saving money on their overall project. Moreover, you'll need to talk to several Houston window installers to get a quality installation for the right price. This process may mean it takes two or three weeks before your new windows are in place and ready to go, but in the end, it's worth it. If you must have your new windows installed sooner, you can speed the process up, but you may be less pleased in the long run.

In fact, here's what one Houston homeowner told us: "Don't call Sears for an estimate. They will give you a high pressure sales pitch, and they are way overpriced. The contractor uses the same materials for a fraction of the cost."