Window Repair in Toronto

The Answer for Glass & Window Repair in Toronto

When you have a broken window, you're facing a major issue, not to mention a long cleanup process. It compromises the security of your home or business, and it can allow nature and weather to invade your building, making your problems even worse. You certainly don't want to walk in to find a flock of birds making themselves at home or rain or snow everywhere! That being said, getting a fast, efficient window repair in Toronto is paramount for the safety, protection and comfort of your home or business.

The experts at Northstar Glass, located in Scarborough, have operated in the area since 2001 and are the people to call for window and glass repair in the Greater Toronto Area. We have the training and equipment required to provide the proper repairs. Installing windows and glass requires precise measurements and zero margin for error. One little mistake can affect the window's structure and its performance, which is why it's very important to leave this task for the professionals.

Many times windows don't need to be completely replaced even if they're compromised. In some instances, we can replace broken panes of glass without having to completely re-install a new window. We won't be able to tell until we examine the damage, however.

Types of Replacement Windows

There are many types of replacement windows on the market. From those designed for maximum safety in a commercial setting to those intended to serve as a focal point on your property, we have the replacement windows for you! We carry, install and repair the following types of windows:

  • Single Hung: Only the bottom opens and closes with this type of window.
  • Double Hung: Commonly found in all kinds of buildings, this window's top and bottom are operable.
  • Sliding: The window opens by sliding on a track. This window is ideal for window frames that are wider than they are high.
  • Awning: An awning window opens from the bottom and swings upward courtesy of a crank.
  • Casement: This window opens with a crank handle and swings out toward the exterior of your building. The pane is hinged on 1 side.
  • Hopper: A hopper window is primarily used in basements. It opens from the top and swings inward. 
  • Bow: The frame features 3, 4, or 5 windows at 10-degree or 15-degree angles.
  • Bay: The frame features 3 windows at 25-degree or 45-degree angles.
  • Security: These windows contain glass that is more durable and designed for fire protection, noise insulation and anti-theft purposes. 
  • Custom: These windows are typically designed not to open and are only intended to let in more natural light.

If you aren't sure what windows are right for your building, we can help you make a decision depending on the look of your property, your budget and any other unique needs.

The Go-To Company in Toronto for Window Repair

With our 24/7 emergency service, we can come by virtually any time you need us! Our team will also always be more than happy to answer your questions and address any concerns that you may have. To learn more about what we have to offer or to schedule an appointment, please give us a call.

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