Since 1990, Town & Country Glass has been providing customers with excellence in Sandy sliding glass door repair and door replacement. If your door – sliding or swinging – has broken glass or isn’t working properly, give us a call!
We know there are plenty of choices for Sandy sliding glass door repair – so what makes Town & Country Glass shop the best choice for residential and commercial sliding glass and swinging door fixes and replacements? In a word: our character as a company.
Sliding glass doors can be a headache sometimes – but when they’re working smoothly, they provide convenience and openness. T&C Glass’ goal is to get your patio door looking and working great.
When the glass in your sliding glass door gets broken or needs replaced, Town & Country Glass shop is here to help. Our Sandy sliding door glass repair service involves
Just dealing with broken door glass is headache enough – let our team take care of fixing it so you can go on with life.
Foggy glass is caused by condensation. When seals on glass fail in the insulated glass of a sliding glass door, moisture can get in between the layers and condense, resulting in a foggy or cloudy appearance. Besides changing appearance, foggy glass is an indication that your sliding glass door is losing its ability to insulate your house properly.
The fix for seal failure involves removing old glass and replacing it with a new sealed glass unit built specifically to work in your door – guaranteed. Sliding glass door repair is a quick and easy process for a trained glazier and reduces the money you spend in the long run on heating and cooling.
With all the movement back and forth supporting a heavy sliding glass door, often the first thing to fail are the rollers. After these go, the door begins to require more effort to move. As the door gets harder to move, the handle can start to fall apart. When the rollers seize entirely, it is possible to damage the track. Like with brakes on a car, it’s best to repair worn-out hardware when you first notice problems to avoid more expensive repairs later.
If your sliding glass door has worn out, damaged, or broken hardware, including rollers, handles, locks, or tracks – give us a call for a free quote on what it will take to get your door working like new again. For our commercial clients, call us when your storefront door closers need work. We are equipped to fix or replace concealed and exposed (surface mount) door closers.
Even the frame of a sliding glass door can undergo damage when it’s tampered with, as can happen in the case of a break-in. In such instances, it may be necessary to replace the entire door, frame and all. Our team can provide you with a new sliding glass door, fully installed, at a great price. Contact us for details.
T&C Glass does more than just sliding glass door repair! We help with both swinging and sliding
If you’re having problems with any of your doors inside or out, have broken glass in a door, or just are looking to update your doors or hardware, call us to come have a look.
One of the most unnerving things that can happen to a homeowner, property manager, or business owner is a break-in. When storefront or residential glass doors are smashed, we can help restore security. Our answering service provides a 24/7 hour response to your call, and we get a crew on-site as soon as we are able.
When we arrive at your home or storefront, we measure for the glass you need, help with cleanup, and board up the door opening while we get the glass for the final fix. Usually, this takes a couple of days, after which we install – and your glass doors are back to normal!
Matt from T&C came to my condo to give me a bid/opinion on how to fix a very broken and very secure metal door that was stuck in the closed position. While Matt didn’t think he was the right person to fix my door, he went out of his way to track down a service tech/locksmith specializing in my obscure kind of door. – Hannah
Every time I have had broken glass it has been a major headache. Most companies are booked out several months; some may not want to do a small job. I had one company say that to send out an estimator, it would be 2 months out. These guys were the exception to this bureaucratic nightmare. Not only were they the best-priced contractor, but I had my broken, exterior glass done within a week of calling. Now THAT is service. Thank you! – Cedric
Window repair and replacement service at its finest! Honestly thought I was screwed when my glass patio door shattered, but Town and Country Glass replaced it in no time, they even installed the new glass patio door. 5 stars, would definitely recommend to anyone. – Review on OregonLive
The business owner came out in less than 4 hours to provide me with an estimate to replace the custom sized glass in my sliding patio door, then delivered and installed it within 72 hours. He was polite, punctual, and reasonably priced. I was in a panic — my house had been broken into, the back sliding glass door smashed with a tire iron. On the coldest day of the year, east winds whipped through the gorge directly through my shattered sliding door, bringing the wind-chill factor below 20 degrees in my house. Matt answered my call and responded quickly with compassionate professionalism. At NO time did I feel like he was taking advantage of my vulnerability or sense of urgency. When Matt returned to my house 3 days later, he quickly installed the custom glass into the sliding door frame. He even went above-and-beyond by helping remove the plywood we had screwed into the door frame in an attempt to cover up the broken out sliding glass door. I whole-heartedly recommend Matt and his company, Town & Country Glass. – Angie’s List Review
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