Save Your Commercial Window Repairs for the Professionals

Date: January 15, 2020
Source: wpadmin

There are probably a lot of repairs you can do on your own to save money on your commercial property. If your windows need a repair or replacement, however, you should never attempt it on your own.

If you are not a professional, you don’t have the experience, the tools, or the knowledge to get yourself out of trouble should something go wrong. The following are some additional reasons to save the commercial window repairs for the professionals.

Double-Paned Problems

There’s a pocket of air that sits between the panes of a double-paned window. This pocket of air acts as insulation in both cold and hot weather. These types of windows have other unique features as well, and if the repair is not completed properly, the pocket of air, as well as other features, cannot do their jobs. A professional will know how to repair a double-paned window so it still insulates without added condensation and other common issues that occur with improperly repaired double-paned windows.

Safety Concerns

Glass isn’t exactly a safe material to work with. Even a small slip can cause a serious injury. Window professionals have the experience, materials, and know-how to take the right precautions so injuries are avoided. If the window is in particularly bad shape, it poses an additional risk, but the professionals can handle it safely.

Keeping It Square

If your framing isn’t square, the window glass could look warped. Enlisting the help of a professional is essential in keeping your windows level and clear. They will have the proper tools to make sure the windows are square and therefore clear and un-warped.

Contact the Professionals to Learn More

Just because you take care of other commercial maintenance on your own, doesn’t mean you should attempt a window repair or replacement. Contact S. Albert Glass by calling 301-517-7442 or sending us an email to speak with a professional about the issues you’re having with your windows.

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