The Fenestra Group repairs and refurbishes windows and patio doors, thereby avoiding unnecessary replacement. The recommended approach is to preserve the window frames, whether they are made of steel, aluminum or wood, replacing only components that have reached the end of their normal life expectancy (wear cycle). The cost of refurbishing a window is approximately one-third of the costs for purchase and installation of a new window.

Tested and approved method

With over one million dollars invested in research and development (R&D), The Fenestra Group has developed unequalled technical expertise in window frame repair and refurbishment. Their practices are implemented to meet the highest quality standards, as set out by the CSA-440 Canadian Standard. Thus, the company can guarantee its work for a period of up to ten years.

Repair and Refurbishment

Weatherstripping, track guides, hinges, screws, wood thresholds, screens, glass and caulking are just a few of the components that need to be replaced after a certain period of time. Replacing these components eliminates air infiltration, heat loss, inadequate soundproofing, condensation build-up, shifting or any difficulty in opening or closing sliding window elements. Furthermore, given some remarkable technological developments, the performance of new components is often noticeably better than that of the originals. The repair and reconditioning work usually takes place inside the building and causes only minimal inconveniences to the occupants. Precautions are also taken to ensure the cleanliness of premises at all times. It is also important to remember that refurbishment work is safe and carries no risk of damage to the walls and window frames.

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