Are you looking for residential window glass repair and replacement services for your home in Toronto? Glass Repair Canada is your one-stop shop for all your glass repair and installation needs. These are the essential services we offer to all of our valued clients.

Residential Window Repair Toronto

If you have a cracked or broken window, you need the most exemplary residential glass repair service in Toronto. A crack might not seem like a big deal, but if left untreated long enough, it could compromise your family’s security and safety. Also, if you deal with the broken window sooner than later, you’ll have a better chance of fixing it instead of having to pay for a whole new pane of glass. 

Is your window foggy? This means that the insulation is broken. This traps moisture between your panes of glass, making your window unsightly and blocking your view of the outdoors. That’s where our team comes in.

Our trusted window repair technicians know exactly how to fix this problem. And usually, we can do it on the same day you call us! If you’re looking for quick, fast, and effective residential window repairs in the GTA, call Glass Repair Canada today. 

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Home Glass Repair

Sometimes the crack might be too big to fix, so you need to replace your residential window glass entirely. Our fast and friendly team of staff will walk you through the entire process. We are fully licensed and insured window installers who care about attention to detail and ensuring that you, the customer, are completely satisfied with the service you’ve received. 

With Glass Repair Canada, you can always be sure that you’re getting the best window glass made from the finest materials on the market. After every job, we make sure that your new window glass is properly sealed, fitted, and installed so you won’t run into any more issues for years to come. We take great pride in our reputation as Toronto’s most trusted window glass replacement company. 

Emergency Glass Repair & Replacement

Damaged glass may be a danger, so it’s critical to have it fixed as soon as possible. We provide 24/7 emergency glass repair services serving the GTA area, including Toronto, Vaughan, Richmond Hill, Markham, Mississauga, Oakville, Brampton, Aurora, Newmarket, North York, Scarborough, Thornhill, Pickering, Whitby, Ajax, Innisfil, Etobicoke, Woodbridge, Oshawa. Our experienced and reliable glaziers will arrive within 2 hours and fix your problem quickly and effectively.

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Types of Windows We Replace

There are many different types of windows to consider if you’re thinking about replacing the windows in your home or business. Consult our window installation professionals before committing to this major decision. Think about your budget, the style of your residential or commercial space, as well as your preferred aesthetic. 

Glass Repair Canada can expertly install most types of windows including single-hung windows, double-hung windows, single-slider windows, double-slider windows, picture windows, awning windows, casement windows, and more! 

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When to replace windows in your home

The first step in determining whether your windows need replacing or not is to examine them. Some obvious signs of damage to windows are cracks on the panes or frames that are rotting. These not only reduce the aesthetic appeal of your home, but they also reduce energy efficiency. Another visible sign of windows needing replacement is the presence of mould or mildew, which also creates a health risk.

Old or damaged windows can compromise the energy efficiency of your home. To establish whether window replacement is necessary, check windows for air drafts.

Another way to see if the energy efficiency of your windows is diminished is to look over your energy bill. If your energy costs are inexplicably rising, your windows may be the culprit. As your windows age, they become less efficient. The seals tend to weaken, letting drafts and moisture in.

A general rule of thumb is to replace your windows every 20 years. This will also ensure that your windows are up to date with the latest technology and increase the energy efficiency of your home.

Types of window cracks

There are different types of window cracks, and the type of crack will determine the kind of repair needed. The three types are stress cracks, pressure cracks, and impact cracks. Stress cracks, also known as thermal stress cracks, can form due to sudden temperature changes or changes in the shading where the window is located. The improper installation of the frame can also be the cause. These cracks often appear close to the edge of the window pane.

Pressure cracks are not as common. They show up when there are changes in the climate’s pressure system. A telltale sign of this kind of crack is the hourglass shape that forms. Impact cracks look like a starburst with a centre that radiates outward. They form when the glass is hit by a hard object like a rock. If the window already has stress cracks, even small ones, it becomes more vulnerable when there is impact.

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How much does it cost to replace my windows?

The cost of window replacement differs depending on the type of window, its size, quality, material used, and added features you may request. Generally, the average price ranges from $800 to $4,000 per window.

For single-hung windows, you can expect to pay between $400 and $850, whereas double-hung windows can cost anywhere from $800 to $1,800.

Single slider windows can cost between $700 and $2,200, and double slide windows could go from $800 to $2,500.

As for picture windows, they range between $700 and $900. Both awning and casement windows cost $900 to $1,200 to install.

A window’s quality is a major factor in the price. It may be tempting to go for the cheapest option available, but pay attention to quality as it relates to the window’s strength and energy efficiency. Having to constantly replace low-quality windows will cost you more in the long run. Good quality windows will also increase the value of your home.

What happens if a window cracks?

If a window cracks, it will need to be addressed as soon as possible. If it’s caught early enough and is not an impact crack, the window may just need to be repaired. If there is a delay in attending to the crack, this only gives the crack time to spread, leading to costly repairs. You may even find yourself needing to replace the entire window.

Cracked windows reduce the energy efficiency of your home. They can also create a safety issue. If the crack causes the window pane to loosen from the frame or is cracked all the way across, the window pane can become dislodged and lead to injury. Shards from cracked glass can also loosen in windy conditions and hurt you. As mentioned earlier, your windows are more likely to crack upon impact if there are already stress cracks on them. Having one or more cracked windows will decrease the curb appeal of your home.


The time it takes to repair residential windows depends on the type and number of windows being repaired. A single window repair usually takes between thirty minutes to an hour. Window repairs take much less time than window replacements. How soon you address the crack will also determine how extensive the repair will need to be and the time it will take.

The time required to replace windows in a house depends on the number of windows that need replacing. For example, full-frame installation requires more time than retrofitting. The process is also slowed down if you’re upgrading to a different size and type of window.

Yes. There is usually a higher demand for window replacement in the spring and summer since this is when people tend to dedicate more time to house projects. If you need window replacement during the winter, give our team a call and we can help.

Yes. Even windows that are not damaged will degrade over time. The sealant and insulation weaken, letting drafts in, which will result in higher energy costs. Old windows are also more vulnerable and can pose a security concern. Replacing your windows will improve the energy efficiency, security, and value of your home.

The average lifespan of a window can be anywhere between 15 and 30 years. The average age of windows that need replacement is 20 years. When determining how often to replace your windows, the type and quality of the windows are major deciding factors. Technology is constantly improving to prolong the life of windows.

It depends. All cracks do need to be taken care of as soon as possible to prevent them from spreading. However, you can apply temporary fixes to small cracks to contain the damage as you wait for a professional to fix it. Do not wait too long, though. Cracks will increase your energy consumption and are a safety and security risk.

Why Choose Glass Repair Canada

With more than 20 years of experience, Glass Repair Canada has a top-tier roster of certified window glass installers and repair professionals. We offer same-day and emergency glass repair and replacement services for all of our residential and commercial clients. If it’s an emergency, we promise to be there within two hours after your call!

We also offer same-day estimates and guarantee that our team will show up at your home with a positive attitude. Contact Glass Repair Canada today for your estimate and let us know how we can help. 

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