Shutter Repair Near Ashburn

Window Shutter Repair Companies In Your Area

Wooden shutters can warp after years of direct sunlight. The joints can become brittle, and the individual panels can start to break. Water can also start to damage your shutter frames. Even synthetic models can break. If you see cracks or notice gaps in the material, find a shutter repair company.

Visible damage is often a sign that the shutters need a thorough inspection. Professionals don't just repair or replace broken parts. They also inspect the perimeter of the frame for gaps and ensure your windows have a water-tight seal. Local companies know how your region's weather can damage external fixtures. That means they will use the right materials for long-lasting protection.

Find a local shutter repair service that can:

  • Sand and seal your wood shutters for a long-lasting finish.
  • Treat the hinges and other hardware to prevent corrosion, damage, and leaks.
  • Repair all your window treatments in a comprehensive package.

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"It is with deep satisfaction that I recommend Grady’s Painting and Plastering & Construction. Mr. George Grady is a skilled craftsman. He was hired to correct long neglected and extensive masonry and window issues on a large, beautiful Presbyterian Church built in the Civil War era in Philadelphia. The property was neglected with only minimal maintenance performed over the last 40+ years. The building was in severe decline and in need of stabilization and restoration on many fronts. Cracked ledge plates were chipped out and reestablished, internal walls damaged by leakage were broken out and repaired, brickwork was repointed and in severe cases reestablished to original strength and beauty. Leaks around the base of the building were addressed to stabilize deterioration of the foundation. Large rotted window sills under beautiful stained glass windows were restored after significant masonry reestablishment due to water damage under the rotted out sills. Broken and missing stained glass windows are in the process of repair and replacement. The process started with new metal frames cast by Mr. Grady. The new frames will hold clear painted replications of the original stained glass, also crafted by Mr. Grady. Regular windows all around the church and manse were also repaired and restored. Roof leaks were accurately identified and repaired. A sagging plaster ceiling has been torn out and restored. All this work was done by Mr. Grady alone or with an occasional helper. He worked with care, expertise and respect for the original structure. The results far exceeded our expectations and have injected new life into a building on the brink. This building, owned by the Presbytery of Philadelphia, now houses a new urban ministry in a newly gentrifying area of the city. We are happy to have had the good fortune to be connected to Grady’s Painting and Plastering & Construction by Service Magic."

--5.0 star review from a homeowner in Philadelphia PA


"Carlos repaired our door this morning and did a great job! He is very knowledgable, professional and worked quickly. I would definitely hire him again!!"

--5.0 star review from Jamie T. in Leesburg VA


"He was on time and completed the work in timely fashion"

--4.5 star review from Hemant M. in Sterling VA