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Prescreened Window Repair Services in Baltimore, MD

    Tiltmaster Window Company Logo
    Baltimore, MD·

    Window Screens - Install or Repair, Window Frame - Repair, Weatherstripping - Install or Replace , and 2 more

    "I didn't get any other estimates, so I don't know if another company would have been less expensive. But, I wanted the work done. Very happy with work. Prompt, courteous, excellent work."

    Brenda K. in May 2021

    MKW Specialties Logo
    Frederick, MD·

    Glass Shower Door or Enclosure - Install, Window/ window pane replacement


    OWEN W. in January 2023

    Ace Handyman Services Laurel Logo
    Millersville, MD·

    Carpentry, Drywall, Interior , and 1 more

    "very knowledgeable but expensive"

    Ninette B. in July 2022

    Scott The Fix-It Guy Logo
    Lutherville-Timonium, MD·

    Plumbing, Deck or Porch - Repair, Drywall - Repair , and 2 more

    "I have always been satisfied with his work. He offers reasonable pricing and I would highly recommend him to others."

    Barbara M. in April 2016

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Out of Network Window Repair Services in Baltimore, MD

How much do window repair services typically cost?

  • Baltimore, Maryland Average
  • Typical Range
    $238 - $778
  • Low End - High End
    $125 - $1,600

Things to Consider Before You Fix a Window:

  • Is this an emergency?
  • What type of repair work is required?
  • List all the problems you need repaired:
    Install New Glass
    Glass is loose
    Water leaking around glass
    Moisture between panes of glass
    Window won't shut
    Window won't open
    Window Sticks
    Broken latch
    Crank Malfunction
    Window is jammed
    Water damage around frame
    Deteriorated wood
  • Select the style of window(s) that need to be repaired:
    Fixed (non-opening picture window)
    Sliding Glass Door
    Garden Window
    Single-hung (lower half opens)
    Double-hung (both halves open)
    French Door
    Don't Know
  • Of what material are the window frames made?

Baltimore Window Repair

Anyone living in the City of Baltimore, or the outlying areas, knows that it is a hotspot when it comes to finding houses on the cheap that have tons of potential. That is largely due to the past 50 years of lagging economic conditions, which saw a flight away from the city to the outlying suburbs. But what does that mean for window repair in Baltimore? It means that there are plenty of neglected houses out there with windows that need some serious attention, in addition to the run-of-the-mill window repairs that come with owning any home.

The Good News for Baltimore Window Repair
One upside of living in Baltimore is that home improvement prices in the city haven't risen as much as they have in some other areas of the country. Whether you're refurbishing an old, neglected row house in the city, or are just looking to upgrade your suburban sanctuary, you can rest easy knowing that the costs for window repair of all sorts remain significantly less expensive than in many other major cities on the East Coast. Take Boston, for example. Average costs for everything from frame repairs to multiple window installations in Boston cost about 25 to 50 percent more than they do here in Charm City.

Glass Repair and Installation
Your need for replacement glass or glass repair might stem from upgrading that great real estate find you purchased in the city, or it might be that the wannabe Cal Ripken, Jr. next door knocked a base hit through your living room window. Either way, the average cost for a glass repair in Baltimore runs a very reasonable $250 per job based on data HomeAdvisor collects on all projects that start off as customer referrals through our online service.

Frame Repairs
It's no secret that a lot of the great real estate investments in the City of Baltimore include older, and sometimes neglected, homes. Older homes mean old windows and settling foundations, and both of those factors can be the source of windows frames that aren't working properly. If you have a window frame that need attention, either because the mechanisms aren't working properly, the frame is sticking, or you have drafts getting in around the frame, you should plan on an average repair cost of $380. More often than not you'll need to re-set the window in the frame, which will require the services of a qualified window installer or a general carpenter. Either way, your problem window(s) should be up and running like new in no time at all.

Window Repair and Replacement
How far you take this next suggestion is up to you, and your budget. All window repairs that don't fall into the above two categories are lumped by HomeAdvisor into a single category when it comes to tracking final costs and project duration. Simple repairs aren't out of the question, and you should talk to a reputable window contractor if you don't think you have a life or death repair on your hands. After all, you may be pleasantly surprised with the solution and final cost. More often than not, however, you're dealing with some outdated, damaged windows, and it may be time to think about replacing them altogether. If that's the case with your repair project, then be prepared to shell out an initial investment that's significantly higher than the figures mentioned above. A single window replacement in Baltimore averages $850, primarily because most homeowners making this leap choose, and rightly so, to upgrade to the best the market has to offer. And if you just bought an older property that needs window replacements throughout the home, a window repair or replacement of that scale, drawing from our in-house data, is going to cost you an average of $4,070, which is still far below, believe it or not, what homeowners in other metropolitan areas are paying for the same services.

A Quick Note on Not Putting Off Repairs
There's an obvious reason why, regardless of what your window repair needs are, you should not put off this particular home improvement. Any window that needs repair isn't operating at its optimal efficiency, and while opening stuck windows can be frustrating, and those window drafts are a nuisance, what you're really sacrificing is how much you pay out on your monthly energy bills. Any window repair, be it repairing a broken window pane or re-setting a window frame that is out of whack and letting in drafts, is going to end up saving you money in the end. And if you choose to go the distance and replace your windows altogether, you can be looking at energy savings of up to 30 to 40 percent on your heating and cooling bills throughout the year. Either way you cut it, paying out for window repair sooner rather than later is one of the easiest ways to improve the energy efficiency of your home, and reduce the amount of money you pay for utilities each and every month.

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