Broken window? Damaged shower screen? Cracked shopfront display glass? As soon as you notice a glass problem in your home or workplace, it is best to call a professional to resolve it before it leads to serious injury. You just need to be very careful, though. Some glass replacement services are not all cracked up to be, so to speak. To keep you from hiring just about anyone, here are some things to look for in a glass replacement service company:
- Prompt response. Time is of the essence when it comes to broken glass problems. The reason you called a professional service provider is because you want to avert a potential safety risk as soon as possible. If the company you called fails to respond without delay, they are just a waste of your time and money. At the outset, look for a glass replacement company that puts value to immediate response and fast solution.
- 24/7 availability. Some damages, such as cracks and scratches, are noticeable and can be resolved at a later time. There are those; however, that occur when you least expect them. Regardless of the time of day a glass problem occurs, having someone to call in case of such emergency gives you peace of mind.
- Fully equipped. To be done properly, glass replacement requires not only skills and experience. This job also calls for the right tools and equipment, which ensures that everything is done fast and efficiently.
Jim’s Glass provides a reliable emergency glass replacement service for homes, businesses, and any establishments. We offer 24-hour service to help resolve situations where damaged glass poses safety risks. Our highly trained glass experts respond promptly to repair any broken glass – be it a shopfront, home window or door, shower screen, or other glass panels of any size.
Call 131 546 and we will be there to replace your broken glass at any time of the day or night! We have vehicles that are designed to carry any type of glass along with the necessary equipment to replace your glass as soon as possible.
Divisional General Manager – Jim’s Glass (Australia)
Board Member – Australian Glass & Windows Association