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Upgrade Your Windows with The Glass Guru

Discover a wide range of replacement windows to enhance your home’s aesthetics and energy efficiency with The Glass Guru. Whether you’re considering double pane or triple pane windows, energy-efficient options, or new construction windows, we have the expertise to guide you through the selection process.

Replacement Windows:

Choose from flush fin or block frame replacement windows, tailored to your home’s exterior and existing window frame type. Our estimators and installers are replacement window experts, offering multiple brands with various styles and options to suit your preferences.

Double Pane Windows:

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Upgrade to thermopane windows featuring two panes of glass separated by an air space, enhancing insulation against heat transfer. With reputable manufacturers and limited warranty options, The Glass Guru ensures reliable and long-lasting double pane windows for your home.

Triple Pane Windows:

Experience superior insulation with triple glazed windows, featuring three panes of glass separated by two air spaces. Backed by full lifetime warranties from trusted manufacturers, our triple pane windows offer enhanced durability and fog resistance.

Energy Star Windows:

Four different types of Triple Pane Windows in various colors.Select Energy Star-certified windows to optimize energy efficiency and comfort in your home. Our experts are well-versed in Energy Star ratings and requirements, guiding you to the most suitable products for your project.

New Construction Windows:

Explore our selection of new construction windows, featuring nail fins for secure installation into wooden studs. Whether you need bay windows, single hung windows, vinyl, or aluminum options, The Glass Guru offers multiple styles and configurations to meet your needs.

Window Styles and Types:

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Choose from aluminum, wood, vinyl, or fiberglass frames, each offering unique advantages in terms of insulation, customization, and maintenance. Our experts can help you select the ideal window type and frame material for your home.

Window Hardware:

Keep your windows functioning smoothly with our range of replacement hardware options. From handles and latches to locks and hinges, we offer new and replacement hardware for all window types and brands.

Trust The Glass Guru for all your window needs. Contact us today for a free estimate and let us help you elevate your home with quality windows and expert installation.

Frequently Asked Questions

The appropriate application of sound-proofing technologies can be applied to many modern windows. It typically involves adding an additional spacer and laminated glass to the window opening to help mitigate external noise.
We look at our schedule and see when we can squeeze them in. If it's an IG, probably will take 3 weeks but can do a temporary board-up for a fee. If it's flat glass, we will try to do it on the spot (if we know it's single pane and send the tech out) or within a few days.
Could have been a manufacturing defect, the panes of glass may have contracted, etc
No, we can repair your broken or failed window by simply replacing the glass. We do not have to replace the window frame.
It varies by manufacturer, but the majority have a 5 year warranty on insulated glass units. We stand behind our installs for a period of 1 year.
What is the size of your double window pane, is a low-E or standard glass. Is there any grills inside the window pane.
Every situation is different; our technician will need to come out to give you a free estimate.
Yes, you have to replace the whole glass unit (both panes). We are not able to replace only one side because it will not seal properly allowing moisture to accumulate.
Replacing the window glass, otherwise known as an insulated glass unit (IGU) is typically at least twice the cost of foggy window repair, depending on the type of glass used.
There are two types of IG units commonly manufactured, Single Seal Units and Double Seal Units. The difference between the two, as their names suggest, is the presence of a single or double seal between the spacer and the glass. Single-sealed units can use several types of sealants: hot melt butyl, polysulfide, silicone, or urethane. Double-sealed units can use PIB tape for the primary seal and hot melt butyl (one-part silicone, or two-part polysulfide) for the secondary seal. IG units need not use the same type of glass. Tempered and annealed glass can be used in the same unit. Patterned glass can be used but the pattern should face the outside. If one of the lites is reflective or tinted glass, it must face the exterior. If reflective glass is to face the interior, it may be necessary to temper one or both lites to guard against thermal breaking. A sandblasted finish is not recommended for an insulated glass unit because sandblasting reduces the strength of the glass.