If you have broken glass in an interior door, or you would just like a new look, then a glazier, carpenter or handyman will soon be able to replace it and have it looking neat and tidy again. The tradesmen will break out and remove any glass that is to be replaced, before cleaning up any glass fragments from the door along with old putty remnants. They will then cut the new piece of glass to size and press this into place with putty and leave it to dry.The door should be left with a clean finish, free from traces of putty on the glass itself.
Plain glass replacements should be cheap to do, with more expensive decorative or period glass costing more. The cost of installation, however, should remain the same regardless of the kind of glass used for the job.
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