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Window Repair Services in San Antonio, TX

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Prescreened Window Repair Services in San Antonio, TX

Torres Unlimited Solutions
6 Verified Ratings
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(866) 466-6557
PO Box 83011
San Antonio, TX 78283
JGQ Windows and Doors
7 Verified Ratings
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(210) 817-7726
610 Dawnview Lane
San Antonio, TX 78213
A-Screen Company
13 Verified Ratings
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(210) 800-9294
431 Northridge Drive
San Antonio, TX 78209
Silva's Carpentry of San Antonio
11 Verified Ratings
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(210) 800-9493
P.O. Box 13336
San Antonio, TX 78213
Weber Handyman Services
11 Verified Ratings
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(210) 280-8118
9902 Cominsky Park
San Antonio, TX 78250

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Cost to Window Repair in San Antonio

Most homeowners spent between:
$163 - $409
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Reviews of San Antonio Window Repair Companies

Project: Repair Window Frames
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Showed up on time, did a great job, cleaned up and charged a more than fair price. Highly recommended.

Project: Repair Window Frames
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Very thorough in the job. I will use him again.

Project: Install or Replace Window Glass
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After speaking with multiple companies and contractors on window repair, I continued to get the run around. Everyone wanted to completely replace my windows instead of repairing them, driving their profit and my cost way up. I found Silva's Carpentry on Home Advisor and gave them a shot. Mario Silva and I set up a time for him to take a look at what I needed. He provided an estimate and was able to begin work right away. I was in a time crunch and Mario helped me out significantly. The price, timeliness and quality of work were all excellent. For window repair, give Silva's Carpentry a chance to take a look.


Unscreened Window Replacement Companies in San Antonio, Texas

Shade Home Improvement
16910 Sugar Crest
San Antonio, TX 78232
KM Contracting
327 Westminster Ave.
San Antonio, TX 78228
Solluna Builders
7310 Sherwood Rd.
Austin, TX 78745
A+ Roofs-R-US, Inc.
9550 Coolbrook
San Antonio, TX 78250
Smart Companies, Inc.
900 Old Koenig Lane, Ste. #114
Austin, TX 78756

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 San Antonio Window Replacement Companies

San Antonio Window Repair

When your windows are at their best, they should be all but invisible. When something goes wrong, however, and you begin to feel a draft, or worse, see a line of ants marching into your home, your windows will be on the forefront of your mind. The key to window repair is to catch it early before things get out of hand. When you're cleaning your windows, be sure to thoroughly inspect your windows, their frames, and your window hardware.

Types of Window Repair
These three areas of inspection also represent the major kinds of window repair. They also tend to have unique causes. Your kid throws a ball in the house or hits a baseball toward the house: window glass repair. Persistent heat and cold, sun exposure, and wind loosen and warp your window casement: window frame repair. The constant opening and closing of the window combined with the first opening of the year after you've turned off the air conditioning: window hardware repair.

For whatever window repair you need, chances are you'll need to replace that component of your window installation, but you should immediately take precautions to continue to protect your home. Put a piece of duct tape on the cracked glass, caulk on your window frame, or attempt to secure your window if it won't close. Don't be satisfied with these temporary fixes, though, because your window damage will continue to get worse until it creates serious damage.

Window Repair vs. Window Replacement
If a household accident or freak weather has caused your window damage, you probably want to call a local window repair contractor. On the other hand, if time and old age have contributed to your window damage, it might be time to consider replacement windows. Replacement windows will cut down on your utility bills in both the summer and winter, and these complete window installations will mean you won't have to worry about any window repairs for a while. A single window replacement doesn't require a major financial investment, but replacing the windows in your entire home will more dramatically cut your bills, cut down on the cost of installation per window, and eliminate future repair problems associated with older windows.

Cost of San Antonio Window Repair
Now, here's what you're probably really looking for. HomeAdvisor gathers and analyzes information on all the home improvement projects we process so you'll know what to expect from your San Antonio window repair. Naturally, the first thing we look at is cost. Here's our data for the three main categories of window repair:

Window Hardware (Latches and Tracks): $200
Window Glass: $300
Window Frame: $400

Project Length
Knowing your window needs to be taken care of as soon as possible is one thing. Getting a San Antonio window repair contractor out to look at your window is another. As soon as you make your request, we forward your information to local contractors. In fact, it's not unheard of for your phone to ring literally five minutes after you send the request. If you can effectively relate your window damage to the contractor and know how you want to deal with the situation, your window repair project may take only one day. Many homeowners take an extra day or two to discuss options with the contractor and/or select a different type of quality glass, frame, or hardware. The options for any part of a window installation are nearly endless, so you should make sure you get exactly what you want.