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Prescreened Window Repair Services in Portland, OR

Peter, LLC
5 Verified Ratings
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(360) 313-0345
2014 Northwest Glisan Street
Apt. 504
Portland, OR 97210
Handyman Matters of West Portland
7 Verified Ratings
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(360) 313-0438
7350 Southwest Landmark Lane, Suite 114
Tigard, OR 97224

Serving Portland, OR
Richard Joel Clooten
16 Verified Ratings
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(360) 313-0611
21375 Southwest Rosedale Road
Beaverton, OR 97078

Serving Portland, OR
Dynamik General Construction
15 Verified Ratings
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(503) 467-3577
P.O. Box 32
Hubbard, OR 97032

Serving Portland, OR
KX Construction, LLC
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(360) 313-0373
PO Box 291
Saint Paul, OR 97137

Serving Portland, OR

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Reviews of Portland Window Repair Companies

Project: Install or Replace Window Glass
Beaverton, OR

This was my first experience with a vendor for a window repair project. Joe's Glass made the experience a very pleasant one. They were kind and courteous from the first phone call, to the on-site estimation, to scheduling and doing the on-site repair. The 2 gentlemen who did the repair were on time, cordial, and professional. After they fixed the window, I asked about 2 other windows that no longer worked, and a sliding glass door that didn't lock. Not only did they look at these other 3 issues, but they fixed all 3 issues within minutes. With their great expertise and customer service, I can't wait to use and recommend them in the future.

Project: Repair Window Frames
Lake Oswego, OR

Amazing service and price!

Project: Install or Replace Window Glass
tigard, OR

They had a little problem with the number of grids in one of the windows (could of checked the windows when they picked them up). They came back out a couple days later & replaced the window. Right as rain.


Unscreened Window Replacement Companies in Portland, Oregon

Indow Windows

Portland, OR 97209
A Cut Above

Portland, OR 97209
Local Project Board

Portland, OR 97209
JO Construction

Portland, OR 97209
Blinds Northwest
322 NW 6th Ave #200
Portland, OR 97209

Things to Consider Before You Fix a Window:

  • What type of repair work is required?
  • Is this an emergency?
  • List all the problems you need repaired:

    Install New Glass
    Glass is loose
    Water leaking around glass
    Moisture between panes of glass
    Broken latch
    Block and tackle (pulley)
    Crank Malfunction
    Window Sticks
    Need Screens
    Window is jammed
    Water damage around frame
    Deteriorated wood
  • Select the style of window(s) that need to be repaired:

    Fixed (non-opening picture window)
    Sliding Glass Door
    Garden Window
    Single-hung (lower half opens)
    Double-hung (both halves open)
    French Door
  • Of what material are the window frames made?

Ideas & Inspiration from Portland Window Replacement Companies

Portland Window Repair

In Portland, window repair is something that must be dealt with promptly. Although it may not feel urgent, damaged windows can present immediate problems with your home security and/or instantly cause a jump in your home's energy bills. Even if you live in a quiet neighborhood during the pleasant summer months, you shouldn't take your window repair for granted. HomeAdvisor creates a painless process for finding the right contractor to help you repair your window, so you have no excuse to delay. Recently, we've helped a homeowner in Beaverton repair his window frame for as little as $100 and a homeowner in Tigard replace his window pane for $200.

Repair vs. Replacement
Whenever something goes wrong with your window—whether moisture has warped a wooden window frame or a neighborhood kid managed to swat a triple into your second-story window pane—if your window hasn't been replaced in a while, the most sensible decision is likely to be to have the window completely replaced. The current wisdom suggests that you should have your windows replaced every 25 years. Of course, brand-new windows can still be broken. Simply replacing the window glass is naturally the way to go in this situation. This repair can be done in your home, or you may be able to save a few bucks by taking it directly to a window repair shop. Given the number of mitigating factors and possible solutions, it's usually best to contact and listen to the advice of a professional window contractor. It's also possible to get different recommendations from different contractors, and for reasonable and honest professionals to disagree. Regardless, you should always proactively ask questions about why a contractor is making a specific recommendation.

Causes, Symptoms, and Remedies for Window Repair
A broken window doesn't sound like something that needs to be identified or diagnosed. Speaking about broken window panes, this is true, but there are several types of damage that can happen to older windows that are subtle by nature. Take, for example, windows that won't open, won't stay open, or won't close. This may simply be a result of old window hardware that needs to be replaced, or it could be a sign that the foundation of your home is shifting, causing rifts in window and door opening. If you ignore a shifting foundation, even if you fix your window, eventually your doors will experience the same problem and your drywall will crack.

Similarly, condensation on your window can be a sign of different areas of trouble in your home environment. If you've recently added insulation or had a new roof installed, you may have created greater energy efficiency at the expense of your indoor air quality. You may need to add roof vents to increase your home's ventilation system or install an air purification system. By contrast, the better course of action may be to have your windows replaced with condensation resistant glass.

Portland Window Repair Contractors
Subtleties in window repair require your every diligence in choosing a Portland window repair contractor. You need someone who has unquestioned expertise and honesty. The best professionals have the knowledge to correctly diagnose whatever is wrong with your window. You need to be able to trust that your contractor will tell you if your home needs extensive repair work to protect its long-term well-being, but at the same time, won't recommend frivolous repairs that do little more than pad their bottom line. We put each and every one of our contractors through a rigorous 10-step screening process that ensures basic standards of professional and ethical credentials. Taking it one step further, we also produce quality controlled, online customer ratings and reviews. This allows you to see what other Portland homeowners thought about their experience with individual contractors. It also creates a powerful incentive for contractors to meet every reasonable expectation you have for your window repair and home improvement needs.