Raben Glass has over 40 years of experience in the residential and commercial glass industry. We take pride in providing top quality service as we replace dual pane windows, install glass shower enclosures, and build storefront metal and glass entrances. We are bonded and insured, and our work and products are guaranteed.
RABEN GLASS LLCShowroom by appointment only:1826 W Broadway #25Mesa AZ 85202(623) 466 email@example.com
SIGNS THAT IT IS TIME
TO REPLACE YOUR WINDOWS
A broken pane, loose caulking or other
minor issues are often simple to repair.
More serious types of damage usually
require a full replacement.
New windows should last 20 years
or more, provided they are made
from quality materials.
An upgraded frame and blemish-free
glass increase the curb appeal
and value of your home.
Watching out for these 5 signs
of a major window problem
lets you know when to start
planning for a replacement.
Builds Up Inside
Foggy windows ruin your view.
They are also a big sign that
something is seriously wrong.
Double and triple-pane windows have
a sealed space between the panes that
is filled with air or gas, such as argon.
If the seal breaks, the window no longer
has its insulating properties, which is
why you see the fog building up.
Depending upon the type of window you
have on your home, replacement might
be your only option in this situation.
Broken Faux Grilles
The lines inside of multi-paned
windows are purely aesthetic.
They can also fall out of their places
as the windows age or are exposed
to major temperature changes.
Technically, you can leave them this
way, but the problem is visible from
both inside and outside of your house.
Some HOAs prohibit broken grilles that
can be seen from the street.
To fix a grille, we would have to break
This is why we typically recommend
replacing the window.
to the Frames
Old wooden frames tend to crack and warp
in over time.
Metal frames tend to deteriorate more
slowly, but they can still get dents and bends
in them that interfere with functioning.
Newer frame models come in materials
such as aluminum, vinyl and fiberglass.
These options are more energy-efficient
and less likely to break.
If you love the look of wooden frames, then
you can still find ones that look like natural
wood and give you the benefit of greater
Feeling Hot or Cold
Windows that change temperature
along with the weather