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Window Repair Services in Atlanta, GA

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Ericks Painting Company, Inc.
(866) 578-1698
Areas of Expertise
  • Exterior and Interior Painting small or big projects.
  • Cabinets painting or staining, deck staining, fence staining or porch staining.
  • Drywall, carpentry, Wood Fence Install, Screen porch, Wood or Fiber-Cement Siding - Install or Completely Replace
  • POWER WASHING, Popcorn Acoustic Ceiling Texture, Wallcovering or Wallpaper removal.
Featured Review

"Replaced rotted window sill"

- linda C. from atlanta, GA
ATL Glass and Mirror
(678) 798-3453
Areas of Expertise
  • Single Window Install
  • Multiple Window Install
  • Mirror Replace/Install
  • Glass Replacement
  • Mirror Install/Repair
Featured Review

"Very prompt and great customer service from the first call, the install, and pricing. They will be my only choice for window repair. "

- christopher J. from palmetto, GA
United Windows Pro
(678) 798-5529
Areas of Expertise
  • Window Glass - Install or Replace
Featured Review

"They did an excellent job."

- robert E.
Atlanta Window, Door + Glass
(770) 463-7269
Areas of Expertise
  • Window Installation and Repair
  • Door, Sidelite and Transom Installation and Repair
  • Interior and Exterior Molding, Trim, and Exterior Door Systems
  • Latches and Hardware
  • Screens and Glass replacement
Featured Review

"Love the pricing and the customer service is wonderful. If you want to SAVE money on a project, AWDG is great!!"

- jason K. from stone mountain, GA
Happy Home Handyman & Remodeling, LLC
(404) 267-2847
Areas of Expertise
  • Handyman Services, Repairs, Consulting, Work, etc.
  • Carpentry - Deck Repairs, Remodeling, Drywall, Wood Rot Repairs, Wall and Floor Tiling, Siding Repair, New Window & Door Installations and Repairs, Sheetrock Installation & Repairs, etc.
  • Electrical- Light Fixtures, Dimmer Switches, Adding Outlets, GFCI's, Trouble Shooting.
  • Plumbing-Water Heaters, Faucets, Toilets (new & rebuilt), Disposals, Drains, Clearing Clogged Plumbing, Irrigation Systems, Water Supply Lines (Copper, PVC, Pex), Water Valves, etc.
  • Remodeling-We can manage all aspects of bathroom & kitchen remodeling. We do rental property work all the way up to nicer home finishings.
Featured Review

"Allan is verry professional and he did a great job with my fence....I would be happy to recommend him for future customers..."

- gabriel S. from marietta, GA
Brookhaven Handyman
(678) 798-5132
Areas of Expertise
  • Handyman for Multiple Small Projects
  • Kitchens & Bathrooms
  • Carpentry, Doors, Windows, Floors
  • Wood Rot Repair
  • Painting
Featured Review

"I had a very positive experience working with the Ed and Travis from Brookhaven Handyman. They were timely, courteous, and did great work on multiple projects around my home. I will use this company for any further projects that need attention at my home. "

- karen F. from atlanta, GA
American Home Builders and Repair

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(855) 500-1749
Areas of Expertise
  • Installs and Repairs
Green Arrow Construction & Remodeling
(678) 798-5706
Areas of Expertise
  • Cabinets
  • Carpenters
  • Pre-Manufactured Cabinets
  • Painting and staining
  • Drywall, Painting
Featured Review

"he's very dependable and friendly. Nice to work with him. I will again. "

- elliot R. from atlanta, GA
Handyman Connection of Alpharetta
(678) 798-5520
Areas of Expertise
  • Room Remodels
  • Home Repair
  • Painting
  • Deck, Fence, Patio or Porch - Clean and Seal
Featured Review

"Guy did an outstanding job to repair my kick step going up my stairs by installation of carpet installers. It was not an easy project."

- joe M. from roswell, GA

Unscreened Window Replacement Companies in Atlanta, Georgia

Horizon Remodeling & Construction
1315 Timber Walk Drive
Loganville, GA 30052
Proactive Services, Inc.
6375 Lakeview Dr.
Buford, GA 30518
The Glass Guys
1198 Millstream Trl.
Lawrenceville, GA 30044
L&M Construction, Inc.
3651 Pennington Drive
Conyers, GA 30013
McCormick Builders Group, Inc.
1027 Wiley Ridge Rd.
Woodstock, GA 30188

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 Atlanta Window Replacement Companies

Atlanta Window Repair

Window repair is more common than you might think. The need can be brought on by everything from a settling home, which can damage and shift window frames, to the neighbor kid taking pot shots at a squirrel with his BB gun. Whatever the cause, damaged windows can be frustrating, an eyesore, and worst of all they can dramatically reduce your home's energy efficiency, costing you financially through increased utility bills. That being the case, your best bet is to fix damaged windows as soon as possible. HomeAdvisor tracks window repairs and installations of all sorts that originate as contractor referrals through our system, and with the information we gather, we can give you a pretty good idea of what to expect if a window repair in Atlanta is in your future.

Types of Window Repair in Atlanta
As mentioned, the world of window repair is a big one. Broken glass is the most common and needs to be addressed immediately for obvious safety reasons. Other common problems include sticking frames that can be caused by everything from a settling to house to poor initial installation, and mechanism failures in old and new windows alike. The nature of your problem will determine who to call. Window installers and contractors who specialize in glass replacement are the people to call if you need a new pane of glass for your window, a carpenter is in order if your window needs to be re-set, and companies that specialize in the restoration of older windows are the ticket if you have an older or historic home. Not sure who to call? Start by contacting a contractor that specializes in general window installations and repairs. If they can't help you, they'll be able to point you in the direction of someone that can.

Window Repair Costs in Atlanta
As we've already pointed out, HomeAdvisor keeps tabs on the jobs that originate in our system, largely through post-job customer surveys. Drawing from that data, we can provide you with some figures so you know what you're likely getting into with different types of repairs or installations. Keep in mind, however, that final costs for window repair in Atlanta can vary significantly depending on the nature of the job at hand. While these figures are representative of the numbers in our database, your project could easily cost more or less than the average. Talking to a few contractors to get estimates and bids is the best way to figure out what your specific window repair needs are going to end up costing you in the end.

  • Glass Repair and Installation—The cost of a new pane of glass is determined by the type of window you already have installed. If you've got an older, single pane window, you're going to get off cheap with probably a hundred bucks or less for a standard sized window. Double and triple glazings can raise that price significantly, however, since you'll have to replace the entire unit because of the way multiple glazed windows are manufactured. Multiple glazings usually have gas fill or are vacuum sealed between the glass to increase energy efficiency, so even if the baseball you picked up at the Braves game only shatters the exterior pane of glass of a double glazed window, you're going to be stuck replacing both in the process. Our average for glass repair and installation in Atlanta tallies up at $750, though keep in mind that this figure includes homeowners who replace glass in multiple windows for aesthetic and energy-efficiency reasons, as well as those who just need to fix a broken window.

  • Frame Repair—Frame repair is more costly than most people realize because it usually entails more than just hammering a few shims below the window frame to straighten things out. Often the entire window will have to be removed and re-set to solve the problem. Add to that the fact that in a house that's experiencing settling multiple windows are likely to have problems, and it becomes clear why the average for repairing window frames in the ATL is a pricey $1,080.

  • General Window Installations, Repairs, and Replacements—Because of the wide range of window repairs out there, HomeAdvisor lumps all other repairs into a single category, and includes installations with these figures as well since often the best repair of an old window is to replace them with new models altogether. If you think it might be time to replace those old windows with new ones, you're looking at an average cost of about $500 for a single window, and about $5,000 for an entire house. Of course, that figure is often offset by the potential energy savings you'll get from installing new windows throughout your home, which by some accounts can save you up to 40 percent on your heating and cooling bills. When you look at it that way, investing in new windows is one of those home improvements that will actually pay for itself over the life of the product.

    Final Thoughts
    While window repair isn't something that any homeowner wants to have to deal with, it is one of those home maintenance issues that is sure to raise its ugly head at one time or another. And considering the nature of window installation and repair, this is a job that most homeowners choose to hire out. If you do end up calling in the pros to address your window repair needs, be sure to collect bids from at least three contractors, and check their references to ensure you get the best deal and quality workmanship. It takes a little more work on your part, but it's well worth the time spent, especially in Georgia where there aren't any licensing requirements for contractors to ensure that only qualified professionals are in the business.