Have a broken window, or need new windows installed?
Pioneer Glass is equipped to handle all your cracked and broken window glass needs.
Single pane, storefront, storm windows and insulated glass units can all be repaired for you at a fair price by our high quality glaziers promptly and professionally. We can do these on site or at our shop, whichever you prefer. Broken glass wastes energy, is dangerous, and diminishes the value of your property. Call us today at 508-234-7063.
We are experts in cracked and foggy thermal windows. For more info on double- and triple-pane glass, click here.
New Window Installations
Want to enhance the beauty and increase the energy efficiency of your home at the same time? Replace your old panes with new vinyl windows, available in a variety of styles and colors to fit almost any home design. We are a certified Harvey window dealer and can provide any style of window you need! Whether it’s replacing one window or handling your whole house, our experienced window professionals can quote any job.
Vinyl windows provide trouble-free operation that lasts for years. They require no painting and don’t peel or pit. And they’re easy to clean, with just soap and water.
Have a broken storm window or need some to increase comfort and energy efficiency? We can fix your broken storm panels or make a new panel for you for a fraction of the cost of replacement windows.
Do you have hard to reach windows that are drafty? Consider inside-mount storm panels. Easily reached without climbing up extension ladders, inside-mount storm windows can show off the beauty of your vintage windows and can be readily removed for the summer.
WHAT TO LOOK FOR IN A WINDOW
You’ll often hear window experts refer to several key factors when discussing windows: U-Values, R-Values, and Low E. What do these terms mean?
The U-value measures the amount of heat that escapes through the window. The lower the U-value, the more energy efficient the window.
The R-value represents the opposite of the U-value. While not quite the exact inverse of a U-value, an R-value measures the resistance to heat flow through the window. R-values can be affected by the number of panes and the glazing. In general, High R-values and low U-values are a good thing.
Meaning Low Emissivity, Low E is a filter applied to the coating of the glass. It blocks UV rays as well as filters out the part of the light that transfers heat. Low E will lower the U-value and raise the R-value, increasing the overall efficiency of the window.