When it comes to repairing a faulty upvc or aluminium window, it doesn’t mean you have to replace the whole window. You can potentially save £000s by changing just the glass, faulty handles, broken locks or damaged hinges.
There can be many common problems with windows – the glass can become steamed-up, locks can stick, handles can become loose & hinges can become damaged. But what’s surprising is that all these problems can be fixed quickly and without spending a fortune.
With over 40 years’ experience in the glazing industry; WindowGeeks offer you a cost-effective repair solution; with no pressure sales and the potential to save you hundreds of pounds by fitting quality replacement components as an alternative to replacing all of your double glazing.
What makes up a window?
A typical window is made up of several component parts, depending on the style and configuration:
Window companies often persuade you to change the whole window or door because a repair isn’t always their most cost effective solution.
But that could cost you hundreds or sometimes thousands of pounds. Wherever possible Window Geeks provide a high-quality, cost-effective alternative to replacing a whole window or door that has a failed glazed unit, broken handle, lock or hinge.
We can replace a glazed unit from as little as £35 including VAT, installation and 10-year guarantee. There is no charge for visiting your home to carry out a FREE “No obligation” survey; there are no minimum order values or credit card charges either.
So if you have steamed-up windows, broken handles, hinges or locks, call your local Window Geek for a FREE survey on 0800 5 118 007 or use the contact form to get in touch here.
We fix all common UPVC, wooden and aluminium window problems:
- Steamed-up windows
- Broken Window glass replaced
- Faulty window locks replaced
- Damaged hinges
- Broken or loose handles
- Draughty and leaking windows repaired
- Windows jammed shut
- Windows made into Fire Escapes
- Conservatory roof repairs
- High-performance glass upgrades
- FREE ‘health check’