Avoid buying new windows and have us simply repair your hardware.
Damaged window hardware can hinder windows from opening and closing properly. This can also lead to other costly repairs as well as posing comfort and safety issues.
Damage may occur due to impacts, exposure to the elements, misuse, and gradual wear and tear. Casement window components that can be damaged may include cranks or operators, hinges, guides, handles, and locks. Double hung window hardware may include jamb liners, balances, locks, tilt latches, and rope and pulley systems. When damaged window components prevent windows from closing correctly, efficiency is lost as conditioned air escapes your home, raising your energy bills. If your window hardware requires repair, contact Window Makeover for a free estimate.
Our Hardware Repair Process
Damaged window hardware should be addressed immediately to improve the function and efficiency of your windows while preserving safety. Our window repair experts will remove any damaged hardware and replace it with the current available components that meet the exact specifications of your window.
If the hardware is damaged beyond repair, our staff will help you select high performing, aesthetically pleasing window options that meets your needs.
Frequently Asked Questions
Can the crank handle that spins or broke off be replaced?
Yes and for a fraction of the cost of buying a new window.
Can you fix a double hung window when the sash doesn’t stay open?
Yes. The guides going up and down the sides of the window are called balances or jamb liners, which can be replaced instead of buying a new window.
Do they still make replacement parts like locks or tilt latches?
Yes and we can find most items to make your window functional again.
Is there a fix for drafty windows?
It may be as simple as replacing damaged, missing or brittle weather stripping.