You can put it off all you want, but sooner or later you going to have to that cracked pane of glass in your home or business storefront replaced. Why not do it today? Make an appointment to have one of our experience glaziers to come out and give you a free, no-obligation estimate. After all, broken glass only gets worse, never better. And you can save serious money by having the repair done during regular business hours verses the inconvienance of emergency night or weekend repairs. It just makes good sense, that's all
When searching for a Metro Philadelphia Glass Company for commercial or residential glass repair on the internet (do they still have the yellow pages?), the following may be of help to you
- If the job is not an extreme emergency - that is to say it is not something that has to be done that very day - it is always advisable to try and get three separate estimates. Verbal estimates will generally suffice, as you will find that more and more glass companies nowadays are reluctant to give an official, written estimate for a job without a deposit of some sort.
Now this you may find very interesting...
- What exactly is their business? Are they a dedicated glass repair company? Or are they a roofing or siding company
"masquerading" as a glass company? Or worse yet, some type of catch-all "handyman repair service." Are they a "Window Company" of which the vast majority of their business is the installation of replacement window for homes, or are they a true glass & mirror company engaged exclusively in the repair of existing broken glass and the installation of new storefronts and doors. Is the majority of their business auto glass or building glass?
With the continuing stagnation of the economy, more and more roofing, siding and general contracting businesses are attempting to stay afloat by "adopting" other construction trades and disciplines. What they do is simply run advertising on Internet search engines under the search terms of "Glass Repair" or "Window Repair" and the like.
There is, however, a fairly easy way to see through this type of subterfuge - as simple as it may sound, the company's name can (and very well should) tell you all you need to know about what they do. Cast a wary eye at a "glass company" which does not utilize the word "Glass" or "Glazing" in it's name. Yes, it's really that simple.
The glass repair business is a highly-specialized trade and does not lend itself well to amateurs or wanna-bes. Get yourself a professional and get the job done right..
Atlas Glass Repair Philadelphia - A Philadelphia Glass Company
2000 Hamilton Street, Philadelphia Pa 19130