Screen & window repair services in Grand Rapids? 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.
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.
Standard Fiberglass Screen Repair: Lightweight, tough and durable. with 18×16 screen mesh. Standard Fiberglass Screen lightly filters the sunlight and is a great low cost option. Standard Fiberglass is the most common window screen. (Features two colors: Charcoal, Grey) See additional information at more info.
Like damaged frames, cracked or broken glass requires your immediate attention. Repair or replace your windowpane quickly to secure your home and prevents accidental cuts by the broken glass. Regular window maintenance will keep your home looking good. Not only that, but it will help you save on energy costs!
Replace broken or damaged cords: Sashes are hung on cords that pass over pulleys and connect to weights hidden in the hollow sides of the case. Broken or damaged cords can be easily replaced. Sashes must be removed from the window frame to replace the cords. The new sash cord must be of the same diameter as the old. Cotton cord is normally supplied pre-stretched and saturated with wax to reduce the risk of rot and to allow it to run smoothly. Tip: Braided cord is always more durable than twisted. You never know your window rattles until the wind blows and you spend the majority of Sunday night lying awake in bed, contemplating how many times you can press the snooze button in the morning before you are late for work…In an ideal world, your sash windows would be the perfect fit. There would be no gaps and you wouldn’t hear any rattling of the window-pane whenever the wind blew. When first fitted, your sash window would have been pretty efficient. So, how do you get back to the good old days?
Moisture circulation inside of a sealed window frame is a natural, constant process that is unavoidable. Foggy windows are the result of ventilation’s lack – this mist is a condensation. In the beginning, it’s a few drops that evaporate when the sun is up. But it tends to increase and accumulate: if insulated window frame is broken in some way, this often leads to more and more moisture between the panes. The problem gets permanent when the fluid starts to drip down and cannot evaporate from there. At the same time, existing problems with the sealing of the frame most likely will increase too. This leaves homeowners with the perspective of the insulated windows repair job. When moisture – especially severe – appears, some homeowners immediately think of replacing glass panes or even the whole frame! This is way much more than needed, plus it costs a fortune (good two-paned insulated windows are pretty expensive!) and often takes a lot of time. See additional details at michiganscreen.com.