Window Replacement Services in Parker, Colorado
I am Mike Tarin, the owner of Parker Window Screen, offering high-quality window replacement and repair services in and around Parker, Colorado.
With more than 30 years of industry experience, I have a vast knowledge and understanding of different window products than anybody in Colorado. I offer the lowest prices in the business, along with excellent warranties.
Specialties of Parker Window Screen
At Parker Window Screen, you will not have to go through pushy sales pitches. I love having straight forward work discussions with my clients. If you reach out to my office, you will get a prompt call back.
Most of my screen replacement and repair works are completed within 24 hours unless otherwise indicated during the estimate. I try to complete our projects within the tentative timeline with an excellent finish.
Frequently Asked Questions
Complete window replacement, window glass replacement, window and patio door re-screens, new patio doors, window, and door screens rebuilt.
Re-screening can be done as fast as one day. Replacement glass for a window usually takes 6-10 days. Ordering and installing new windows can take around five weeks.
Not in Douglas County, however, in further counties, we may charge a trip fee, but it will be reasonable. It runs about $50 per hour of drive time. If a purchase is made higher than $100, we will apply the trip charge to the purchase amount.
Parker Window Screen is a locally owned and operated debt-free company with low operational costs. Our prices generally are more economical than most other companies.
Being a locally owned and operated company, we take pride in my work. If for any reason you are not completely satisfied with our work we will repair or replace it free of charge.
Frequently Asked Questions About Windows
Most significant brands: Milgard, M.I., Revere, Berkshire, are some of the mid-level windows. Soft Lite and Sunrise are our two higher-end products.
All the manufacturers I work with offer standard warranties, and most are lifetime on the product and offer a two-year limited labor warranty.
All manufacturers offer Low E, short for low emissions glass. Certain thresholds of efficiency can be federal, stately, and locally regulated. For more information on levels of performance, go to www.NFRC.org
Some manufacturers do use argon/krypton gas.
Most manufacturers do.
Most manufacturers offer at least tan/almond, and some provide different wood grain interior finishes.
True tinting is a film applied to the windows after installation from a third party. Tinting VOID all manufacturer warranties and drastically reduces the life cycle of the window and door products.
No, I do not want the liability of repairing windows that are past their life cycle.
Yes, they include but not limited to satin nickel, oil rubbed bronze, antique brass is the most common among manufacturers.
Yes, cost varies depending on the type.
Frequently Asked Questions About Screens
The most popular types are standard, super, pet, metal, and high definition mesh, to name a few.
For most windows, the cost increase is around $5 to $12 per window. Pet mesh is expensive and could cost $40 or more for a patio door. Pet mesh is usually used on doors alone since it is a thicker mesh.