Wood Window Glass Repair in Sacramento

There's much to see here so take your time and learn how to do Wood Window Glass Repair in Sacramento, take a look around at these articles and learn all there is to know about Glass Replacement in Wood Windows, we hope you enjoy our site and take a moment to drop us a line as you learn about Wood Windows.

Wood Window Glass Repair

Lets repair a wood window


Measuring wood windows for new glass is pretty easy, you simply measure the wood indentation where the  glass lays, the best way to do this is to beat out the old puddy with a  pair of gloves a long sleeve shirt a small flat tip screw driver not too  sharp and a small hammer, and then you measure, but of course you can  measure with the old broken glass still in the frame you just have to  spend a lot of time doing a close inspection. 

The puddy is at a slant


 The puddy is at a forty  five degree slant, so you measure from the top of that slant, where the  puddy meets the wood to the opposite side, standard wood sash glass  measurements are: 26 x 15, 26 x 21, 26 x 24, 32 x 15, 32 x 21, 32 x 24,  even numbers are usually the standard sizes,

Goof ball sizes


 But of course there are the goof ball sizes which vary, sizes like 33 3/4 x 37 3/8 or 34  x  24 ,  houses built during the war had weared sizes and houses built  during the depression had no regulations at all.  

double hung wood windows


 Here are some "learn ya's how to  do it videos" we have found these videos to be quite useful for  teaching people how to deal in the world of  DIY or (do it yourself)   DIY is a good thing because it enhances your ability to save lots of  money, and money saved is money earned.

Patio door rollers


 Patio door rollers are the little wheels that keep your patio door on track up and rolling.   Don't let yourself get off track with square wheels.     Learn how to clean and service your rollers just click on this link.     

Dealing with big glass



if your dealing with something that's to large for you to handle than by all means you need to call a professional. 

Glass  is dangerous and big glass is even more dangerous so don't try to do  something that you cant handle, (36"x 60" is probably the biggest most  people can handle without needing a truck) .  

There's other video's here  besides broken window video's,  doing puddy jobs, installing  rollers,etc.   just click the video you want to learn and start  learning.