Home window replacement company in Kalamazoo, MI
Grand Rapids home window replacement provider? Standard Aluminum Screen Repair: Features a sturdy aluminum mesh. Heavy Duty Aluminum Screens are stronger than our Standard Fiberglass Screen and is ideal large window openings, patio and porch screens. Although the Standard Aluminum Screen is tougher, and more expensive, it is the longest lasting screen solution and holds up to weather the best. (Features two colors: Charcoal, Grey) We are able to switch out the glass and install for any number of custom windows
That’s right, if you stop by our location at 2290 28th St SW, Wyoming, MI, we will repair your screens within 24 hours. We limit this turnaround time to orders of 3 screens or less. Typically larger orders can be completed within just a couple days as well. We have the fastest turn around time of anyone in the area. Michigan Screen and Window Repair offers competitive prices, high quality work and a friendly staff you won’t find anywhere else! We service Grand Rapids, Muskegon, Kalamazoo and all of West Michigan.
Tough Screen Replacement: This Pet Resistant screen boasts a super tough screen mesh. Tough Screen has much greater strength, durability and will last much longer than typical fiberglass thread screen fabrics. Tough Screen is a great choice for doors when strength and durability is most important. Recommended for high traffic doors, especially those where pets (and children) will be frequenting. Read extra details at here.
Regular Inspection: Undertake a thorough inspection of your windows every season. Check the condition of the window frame and sash. Use a metal probe to look for signs of rot, which could indicate moisture infiltration. Check for signs of moisture in double or triple-paned windows. This indicates that the seal has failed and has to be replaced. A failed seal reduces the insulation capacity of your windows. The sun can cause certain areas of the frame to become brittle and warp. Paint may have peeled off in certain areas.
Varnish/stain your wooden windows: A varnish or stain is another way of protecting your wooden window frames as it stops weathering elements getting to the wood immediately. Don’t forget! Re-varnishing wooden window frames is important after original varnish has begun to wear down. You don’t need to spend huge amounts of money on a varnish but you do need to make sure you sand the frames down before varnishing. A wood stain is probably less effective than varnish for its ability to prevent rot and weathering but it does help lengthen the life of wood window frames.
Wooden window – this is a great addition to the exterior and interior of your house. Ecological cleanliness and beauty can long please the owner, but one day you will realize that it’s time to repair the wooden window. Today the Web provides a lot of information on how you can independently restore the wooden window – on video or in an article. But will this repair of wood window be quality and reliable? Can you fully trust your experience and skills? What material should I choose for recovery? How much time do you need to spend and what tools do you need? We do not have to answer all these questions if we trust the professionals, and choose our company for repairing wooden window of any size and type. Find additional info on https://michiganscreen.com/.