Window & Door Service

See Your Windows in a New Light

Windows and doors are constantly exposed to the elements, and being here in the Northeast, we certainly experience our share of harsh weather conditions. Your windows and doors will likely need repairs at some point, and that's where our expert technicians can help.

Our service technicians are certified by both Andersen® Windows and Doors and Marvin® Windows and Doors to perform any maintenance, repair or installation as a sub-contractor. This even includes work covered under warranty, including:

  • Sash replacement
  • Door hardware repairs and/or replacements
  • Big Door / Entry Door installation
  • Casement operators’ replacement
  • Double-hung balances replacement
  • Upgraded screens installation
  • Weather-stripping replacement
  • Direct glaze glass replacement
  • Grille replacement
  • Art glass installation
  • Sash lift installation
  • Door screen repair or installation
  • All warranty & non-warranty work

Andersen Labor Warranty – 2 Years through Hamilton Building Supply
Marvin Labor Warranty – 5 Years through Hamilton Building Supply

A little work can go a long way when it comes to the energy savings you’ll see with a properly functioning window or door. For a nominal fee, our service technicians can perform a Whole House Survey that will enable them to assess the efficiency of your current windows and doors and identify problems that they can correct through money-saving repairs. Once the assessment is complete, our technician will explain your options and prepare a straightforward proposal to fix any issues. The proposal will clearly state all repair costs. The result? A home that’s warmer in the winter and cooler in the summer, with more money in your wallet.

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