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Window Repairs in Ireland

Window Repairs

Sligo Town

We repair hinges, handles, glass, seals and vents of windows in your residential home. Book a free assessment to get a detailed quote for your window repair work ...

Repairing windows in

Sligo Town

Roofs, doors and windows in your home qualify as both interior and exterior fixtures. Therefore, they are of great importance to the structural integrity of the building and crucial for the comfort of all people living in your residential refuge. Windows have both functional and aesthetic value for your home. For your home and residential window installation, repair, and replacement, you'll be best served by trusting your job to the experts at Perfect Home Windows & Doors.

We fix and replace windows in

Sligo Town

  • Window hinges

  • Window seals

  • Window handles

  • Many types of glass

  • Window vents

  • Draughty windows

  • Stuck windows

  • Broken glass

Type of windows

  • uPVC windows

  • Aluminium windows

  • Aluclad windows

  • Wooden windows

  • Tilt and turn windows

  • Vertical sliding sash windows

  • Skylights

  • Single-glazed

  • Double-glazed

  • Triple-glazed

Contact us now in

Sligo Town

Mobile: +353 86 8841950

No Emergency Call Outs

Please note that we don't offer an out-of-hours emergency service.

We don't fix conservatory leaks

Most leaks in a conservatory or sun room are caused by structural issues in the roof. Therefore, we recommend a specialised roofing company.

Sligo Town


Nestled on Ireland's northwest coast, Sligo Town unfolds as a cultural gem against the backdrop of breathtaking landscapes. The town, where the River Garavogue meets the Atlantic, exudes an artistic ambiance that has long inspired poets and writers, most notably W.B. Yeats.

Wander through the historic streets, where charming shops, traditional pubs, and vibrant cultural spaces reflect Sligo's dynamic spirit. The Yeats Memorial Building pays homage to the Nobel laureate, while the Hawk's Well Theatre hosts a variety of artistic performances.

Lough Gill, with its wooded islands, invites serene boat rides, echoing the poetic tranquility that captivated Yeats. The imposing Benbulben Mountain provides a dramatic silhouette to the town, while the megalithic wonders of Carrowmore bear witness to Ireland's ancient past.


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