The Nail Polish Method
You might be thinking – what is this? We all know nail polish looks good on fingers and toes but it could have other uses too, and this is one of them. If you have very small holes in the window, use clear nail polish and apply it in layers. If you let it dry between coats, it’ll help to patch up the windows. It’s a temporary fix but it doesn’t hurt to try it out.
The Plastic [Bag] Method
If the damage is too large, get several sheets of thick clear plastic. Cut it in the appropriate size and use tape to secure it. If you have a wooden window frame, you can use a staple gun. If you do not have thick clear plastic, you can also use a durable trash bag as a temporary fixer-upper.
If the damage is extensive, you really don’t want to wait too long to have it repaired especially in the Canadian landscape with the cold winters that we experience. Remember that these methods are only temporary – they are not meant to be long-term solutions. Once you are ready to have your windows fixed – contact NorthTech Windows and Doors! We offer a wide range of window replacement services that best suit your budget and the look of your home.