Many home repair professionals fix and replace windows and broken glass. General contractors, carpenters, handymen – and women – often have the skills, tools, and know-how to do this type of work.
Glazier’s Tools of the Trade
Glazing, or working with glass, is a specialty contracting license, and it comes along with a specialized toolbox for doing work involving glass and structures containing glass material.
Many trade people have a glass cutter, a ladder, and a putty knife, the essential tools for installing a new pane of glass in a broken window. But glazing contractors have all of the specialty tools and equipment needed for any glazing situation.
These special tools ensure the glazing job is done right and to the highest quality standard on each job.
Ready Access to Glazing Products
The world of construction materials and products is vast. There are millions of products, brands, and spare parts, and it takes a specialist in a particular trade to know which materials are the best for a given job.
Because glazing contractors specialize only in glass-related work, they also specialize in knowing where to get glazing products and materials at the best price for the highest quality.
When you hire a glazing contractor for glass work, you are more likely to get the exact product or material needed for your job, at the lowest cost, and in the shortest amount of time.
High Quality Workmanship
Glazing contractors know the ins and outs of installing windows, sliding glass doors, glass storefronts, and every other type glass construction project better than any other construction trade.
When you hire a glazing contractor for glass-related work, you are hiring someone with the most knowledge and experience for your project.