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A damaged window is far more than an eyesore: aside from being an open invitation for thieves, this exposure to the elements could put your home at risk from damp, pests and, of course, the cold! In other words, it is not a problem which you can afford to ignore.
When you need a single glazing repair or replacement service, your best bet will be to hire a top notch local glazier through Plentific.com. Plentific can put you in contact with some of the best glaziers in your local area, who will send customised quotes for your job. You can take all the time you want to discuss and compare your quotes, with all of the information you need readily available on each Pro’s Plentific profile. Best of all, each and every job booked via Plentific will be covered by the Plentific Guarantee.
What do you need to know about single glazing repair/ replacement?
Luckily, repairing or replacing a window is far less expensive than installing one, assuming that the frame hasn’t also been damaged. If you are planning to buy the replacement panes yourself, ensure that you have precise measurements of your windows first. Remember, a window pane should be 2mm smaller than the width and height of the opening.
The cost of single glazing repair or replacement will depend on the size of the job. Window units tend to be cheap, but fitting and repairing them takes a certain amount of labour, which is where most of your costs will come from. A standard repair job, such as for a faulty lock or handle, should not cost any more than around £50. You could expect a replacement job to cost between £25 and £50 per window on average. One thing that you will have to keep in mind is that if the cost of your job is particularly low, then you may still need to pay your glazier’s minimum callout charge.