Sliding Glass Patio Door Installations and Replacement
Patio Doors for Any Home
A great way to increase natural light in your home is with a new glass patio door. Bring the Great Wisconsin Outdoors inside with a patio door installation from BGS Glass Service. From new double glazed patio door installation to sliding glass door replacement and repairs, Waukesha's BGS Glass Service has the experience and skills for all your glass patio door needs.
Are your sliding glass patio doors not sliding as they should be? BGS Glass Service is here to help with all your Milwaukee patio door repair needs! Our clean, courteous, and professional glass door installers are trained in replacing and repairing those irritating, malfunctioning patio doors.
Benefits of Sliding Glass Doors
In addition to increasing energy efficiency, sliding glass doors offer a variety of benefits to your home. A sliding glass door is about 2 times wider than a traditional swing door. The added room allows for bigger objects, like a new sofa or other furniture to move in and out of your home with ease.
The added natural light which comes with a sliding door installation makes your entire home more inviting. The extra light will also allow you to cut back on electricity use, saving you money on energy bills. BGS Glass Service offers eco-friendly glass options, which will add even more energy efficiency to your home.
Sliding glass doors also allow you to keep an eye on your family and pets playing in the yard. With a new sliding glass door from BGS Glass service, you retain visibility to the outdoors while keeping the elements outside. Our expert glaziers can even design and install a custom glass sliding door with dog door. You’ll be able to get the modern look you want without sacrificing the ease of a built-in dog door.
Milwaukee Area Sliding Glass Door Repair
Does your sliding glass patio door look foggy? Does your glass patio door look like there is steam built up in the middle of it? Most likely, your patio door has a bad seal causing both your window fog and electric bill to increase. Having the professionals at BGS Glass Service replace your faulty Milwaukee thermopane window with a new, energy-efficient window pane will allow you to see clearly again while saving money. Select a Low-E or Argon-filled window pane to keep the UV rays out and keep your Milwaukee home energy efficient and comfortable all year long. Our professional glass specialists have the experience and skills to install quality window panes and increase the lifespan of your new sliding glass patio doors.
Get your sliding patio doors gliding again with a patio door repair, replacement or new glass installation from BGS Glass Service. Contact BGS Glass Service to talk to one of our glass door specialists today.
Cost of Patio Door Installation in Milwaukee
A typical patio door replacement can cost anywhere from $400 to $5,000. Patio doors can be customized in many ways, so there are several considerations that affect the pricing.
Factors Affecting Cost of Patio Door Installation:
- Type of Frame. The material of the frame - vinyl, aluminum, fiberglass or wood - affects the cost. Vinyl frames are typically cheaper while wood frames cost more.
- Sliding Door. 2-panel, 3-panel, or 4-panel sliding doors will cost more than a non-sliding patio door.
- Type of glass. Whether the glass is energy-efficient, tempered, or hurricane-rated will affect the cost of window replacement.
- Brand. The superior performance of high-end brands comes at a cost.
To learn more about the price of your patio door installation, request a quote.
Contact BGS Glass Services online or at 262-513-2806, for sliding patio door installation or repair.
BGS Glass is located on 1620 Arcadian Ave., Waukesha, WI 53186, drawing happy customers from Milwaukee, Waukesha, Madison, Whitefish Bay, Pewaukee, Wauwatosa, Bayside, West Allis, Racine, Kenosha, Oconomowoc, Brookfield, Delafield, Eagle, Elm Grove, Hartland, Union Grove, Burlington, Mukwonago, Muskego, New Berlin, Sussex, Wales, Cudahy, Franklin, Fox Point, Mequon, Greendale, Greenfield, Cedarburg, Hales Corners, Oak Creek, Shorewood, Menomonee Falls, West Bend, Okauchee Lake, Eagle River, Grafton, Glendale, Brown Deer, Port Washington, Saint Francis, Richfield, and all of Southeastern Wisconsin.