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Question DetailsAsked on 5/16/2014

garage window repair

We have a broken window on one of our garage door's. Looking for someone local to replace this window.

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The Kaminskis'

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Answered 6 years ago by LCD


One thing I forgot to mention - if this window is in a rollup garage door, then make sure to discuss flexible sealent with the installer - there are hardening types (usually urethanes) used in most normal windows, and non-hardening (usually acrylic or silicone) that shouldbe used in windows in rollup doors and car windshields, because they flex and allow the window to move around a bit in the sealant without breaking as the frame moves.

If an entry door from outside and you are concerned about burglary, you might also consider a wire-mesh glass or intrusion-resistant acrylic instead of glass. Of course, having glass in an entry door such that one can reach in and open the door by breaking the glass is never a great idea.

Answered 6 years ago by LCD

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