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What does a window repair service include?

Your window repair person can help with a range of different window types and repair services, including glass window repairs, aluminium window frame repairs, and even car window repairs. They’ll advise you on the best solution (whether repair or replacement) and use their tools to get the job done. Here’s what you can expect from some of the most common window repair services:

Glass window repairs

Your handyman will start by assessing the damage. If the extent of the damage is beyond repair, they’ll recommend a window replacement. But if your window glass only has a small crack, hole, or scratch, they’ll be able to repair it - at least temporarily - to seal your room and prevent the damage from getting worse.  They’ll wear heavy-duty gloves before handling any broken glass. Next, they’ll use clear nail polish to patch up any small holes and scratches, building it up in layers, to discretely repair the glass. If there’s a crack but the window still feels sturdy, your repairer may apply a piece of clear tape over the surface to stop the crack from spreading further. For more advanced repairs, you’ll need to hire a glazier or organise a glass replacement.

Window frame repairs

The most common window frame repairs involve repairing rotten wood frames (since aluminium windows are less prone to damage). Your repairer will start by chipping away most of the rotten wood before covering it with a few layers of liquid epoxy to soak in. Once dry, they’ll mix epoxy filler and use this to fill the gap in your wooden window frame, shaping it to blend in with the rest of the frame. Once this filler is dry, they’ll sand the area smooth. At this point, the repairs are ready for priming and painting.

Window replacement

When your glass windows are beyond repair, they’ll need replacing. Your handyman will start by using the broken window pane. They’ll put on heavy-duty gloves and safety glasses before scraping away at the putty or loosening the seal around the broken window pane so they can loosen and remove the old glass (including any shards). They’ll dispose of the old glass and then smooth out the edges of the frame so remove any remaining sealants. Your window replacement technician will measure the window to determine the size of the new glass, leaving a small 3.2mm gap around the edges to allow for expansion. Most of the time, they’ll get the glass cut to size at a local hardware store or glass company. Depending on the type of window frame and how the glass is sealed in, your handyman will then apply putty to the edges of the window, rolling it in their hands to make a long rope, and then sticking it onto the frame. They’ll gently push the new glass into the frame, allowing it to stick to the putty. Your window replacement professional will then apply more putty around the edges on both sides of the glass before gently removing any excess putty and smoothing it over.

Car window repairs

If your car window has a minor hole or crack, your window repair person may be able to fix it without needing a total replacement. They’ll clean the area to remove debris and use a glass repair kit to seal the broken area with epoxy. The epoxy is applied using a syringe which forces resin into any cracks for a stronger seal. 

Recent Window Repair tasks in London Stratford

Fix double glassed windows


Stratford, Greater London, E15

9th Nov 2023

I have a 2 double glazed windows that need to be fixed, don’t full close, house is in Stratford E15 4DL. Any chance someone can pop round and fix, who knows what to do, get any parts if needed, etc. I have attached some photos. - Due date: Flexible

Help repair a window that cannot close


Stratford, Greater London, E15

16th Oct 2023

Can share a video but the window cannot shut because of the lock mechanism - Due date: Flexible

Bathroom window repair (photos available)


Maryland, Greater London

14th Apr 2023

the top glass of bathroom window, which moves to let air in/out need to be repaired or change. i can send you photos to explain further. - Due date: Flexible

Fix tilt and turn window


Stratford, Greater London, E15

15th Jan 2023

Tilt and turn window/door stuck ajar. Cant close. - Due date: Flexible

(1) fix door closer, (2) fix stuck tilt and turn window


Stratford Marsh, Greater London

9th Dec 2022

Hi, need help with 2 things: 1. Door closer is unscrewed, and there might be slight damage. Fix as much as possible. 2. One tilt and turn window is stuck and won't close. Should take 1 hour at most. - Due date: Before Thursday, 22 December 2022

Dedicated, and did his best to complete the tasks. Solid guy.

Replace window seal


Mill Meads, Greater London

30th Aug 2022

We had the glass replaced on our apartment window but the seal was not fit for purpose and has come loose/fallen off - Due date: Flexible

Window foil install


Stratford, Greater London, E15

10th Aug 2022

I am about to buy some 3m window foil to reduce solar gain. I would like a quote to install the film on 11 floor to ceiling windows c.7m x 2.4m. - Due date: Flexible

Window Fix


Mill Meads, Greater London

6th Jun 2021

I need my window to be taken off, 1 hinge fixed (the metal thing needs to be bent at 90 degrees) and then put the window back

Very satisfied! Fast response, quick fix - job done. No stress, no mess!