While glass maintenance cost can be as low as £50 in most cases, the expense can reach about £100 at times.
The simplest way, without doubt, to make your door look very fresh is to replace the glass. In case your door does not contain any glass, you can add a new one too. Basically, if the old glass is broken, it is best to go for a replacement glass. General carpenters, glaziers as well as builders perform such jobs. In case you are trying to give your door a makeover, using a new designer glass can prove to be very attractive as well. Glass replacement, in fact, is a wiser option than replacing the complete door. If you find that the old glass has wears and tears, and looks dull, it may be repaired too.
In this case, the old glass is removed, the spot is cleaned very well, and then the new glass is fixed into the place. This job requires accurate measurements of cutting when it comes to the new glass, and most good professionals are experts at this. Whether just a part of the glass is removed, or all the glass parts are replaced, the professional should be able to fit the new glasses in such a way that the final look becomes very attractive and eye-pleasing. The expense related to this job normally comes from the kind of glass you choose. If you go for standard glazier, chances are you will not have to pay much. But, for stained, leaded, or coloured varieties, prepare to spend a good amount of money.
For added security, a glass can be made real tough. This process normally demands more money, but is very much worth the cost. In fact, you should definitely make the glass as secure as possible despite the extra costs. If you opt for insulated, safety or wired kinds, you will have to spend some extra cash too. Note that for the most part, the cost of labour will not change or remain uniform.