Who Can Fix My Broken Window?

Ashley Christensen
November 6, 2023

It should come as no surprise that at some point or another, homeowners will experience a broken window eventually. When this happens, the initial thought might be, “Who can fix my broken window?”, along with “How much will this cost?”. While it might first appear a bit overwhelming or daunting trying to figure out the first step to getting a broken window repaired, it doesn’t have to be. Sure, you can call up the first residential glass company that you find listed in the phone book or online, but that doesn’t guarantee that you’ll be getting the best value or service possible. Just because they come first alphabetically doesn’t mean they offer the best service available to fix your broken window. 

So, how do you know which residential glass company can fix your broken window, without charging you too much but still knows enough about windows to do the repairs correctly? Here are a few things to look for in a residential glass company. 


Nowadays it is possible to find anyone online claiming that they can fix a broken window, or any other handyman-type job needed to be done around your home. While some may be legit, others not so much. One of the easiest ways to determine if the residential glass company you are considering hiring is worth it or not is based on its reputation from previous and current customers. Start by asking people you know and trust if they have any experience with any of the residential glass companies you are considering hiring and hear from them firsthand about their experiences. Talking to people you already know and trust will help you to begin narrowing down your search for the right residential glass company to fix or repair your broken window. 

Good Reviews

Thanks to the internet, more and more consumers are able to leave an online review in regards to a company and service that they received–good or bad. That being said, it is also recommended that you approach reviews using caution, as some reviews may be overly positive or negative without being accurate. Take some time and do the necessary research on any residential glass companies you may be considering, and read through online reviews to find one that stands out with more positive reviews than negative ones. 


The whole reason you are doing research and looking for a reputable residential glass company is that you don’t have the experience or know-how to complete the necessary repairs on your broken window. Therefore, you will want to hire someone who possesses the experience and skills required to complete the necessary repairs correctly for you. Ask about different companies' experience and qualifications to ensure you are trusting your broken window repair job with a reputable company. 

Wide Range of Services

Chances are this broken window, won’t be the only time during your tenure as a homeowner when you will require the services of a residential glass company. It can and often is frustrating when you’ve done all this research and think you’ve found a reputable residential glass company to repair your broken widow, only to discover they don’t have the necessary skills to offer any additional services. Perhaps they can replace broken glass in a window but don’t have the ability to repair damaged screens or other components of the window. Consider the long-term needs of your window and how a specific residential window company can meet those needs or not before you hire any company to perform work on your windows. 

When looking for a reputable, reliable, professional residential window company with excellent reviews and a wide range of services to repair or replace your broken window in the Cache Valley area, look no further than Gordon’s Glass. With over 50 years of experience and a reputation that speaks for itself, Gordon’s Glass can expertly repair your window and any other glass-related service as well. Don’t trust your residential glass needs to anyone else, trust the experts at Gordon’s Glass!

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