Q: What services does Parker Window Screens provide?
A. Complete window replacement, window glass replacement, window and patio door re-screens, new patio doors, window and door screens rebuilt.

Q. Can Parker Window Screens give me a ballpark price on the services offered?
A. – Re-screen only (no frames built) $15 to $30
– New frame and screen $35 to $50
– Patio door re-screen $50 to $80
– New glass replaced and installed $275 to $500 depending on the size
– New window with installation $425 to $700 depending on the size and brand of window

Q. How long will it take?
A. 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 5 weeks.

Q. Are you mobile?
A. Yes

Q. Does Parker Window Screens charge a trip fee?
A. 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 greater than $100 we will apply the trip charge to the purchase amount.

Q. Is Parker Window Screens insured?
A. Yes

Q. How does Parker Window Screens’ prices compare to other window and screening companies?
A. We are a locally owned and operated debt-free company with very low operational costs. Our prices generally are lower than most other companies.

Q. How does Parker Window Screens’ quality compare to the other window and screening companies?
A. Being a locally owned and operated company, we take pride in our work. If for any reason you are not completely satisfied with our work we will repair or replace it free of charge.


Q. What brands of windows can be purchased?
A. Most major brands: Milgard, M.I., Revere, Berkshire are some of the mid-level windows. Soft Lite and Sunrise are our two higher end products.

Q. Do windows come with any type of warranties?
A. All the manufacturers we work with offer standard warranties, and most are lifetime on the product and offer a two year limited labor warranty.

Q. Are the windows energy efficient?
A. All manufacturers offer Low E, short for low emissions glass. Certain thresholds of efficiency can be federally, stately and locally regulated. For more information on levels of performance go to www.NFRC.org

Q. Do the windows have gasses in them?
A. Some manufacturers do use argon and/or krypton gas.

Q. Does Parker Window Screens offer triple pane windows?
A. Most manufacturers do.

Q. Does Parker Window Screens offer window frames colors other than white?
A. Most manufacturers offer at least tan/almond and some offer different wood grain interior finishes.

Q. Does Parker Window Screens offer tinting on windows?
A. 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.

Q. Does Parker Window Screens repair or replace missing or broken window or door parts?
A. No, we do not want the liability of repairing windows that are past their life cycle.

Q. Can I get different finishes on handles and locks for the windows?
A. Yes, they include but not limited to satin nickel, oil rubbed bronze, antique brass are the most common among manufacturers.

Q. Can you replace glazing bead?
A. Yes, cost varies depending on type.


Q. What type of screen mesh are offered?
A. The most requested types are standard, super, pet, metal and high definition mesh to name a few.

Standard. It’s exactly what it sounds like. There’s nothing wrong with it.

Super Strength. 3 times the strength with the same airflow.

High Definition. Almost invisible from more than 5 feet away. Increased airflow. Half the strength of standard.

Insect Screen. Smaller holes to keep the bugs out. Reduced light penetration. Just as strong as Super Strength.

Pet Mesh. 8 times stronger than Standard. Significantly reduced light penetration and airflow. Replacement is much more involved, making this type of mesh more expensive. It’s most often used on patio doors.

Q. What is the cost increase with a specialty mesh?
A. For most windows the cost increase is around $5 to $12 per window. Pet mesh is the most expensive and could cost $40 more for a patio door. Pet mesh is usually used on doors alone since it is a thicker mesh.