45 Milner Rd, Guildford NSW 2161, Australia
45 Milner Road Guildford NS
0421 169 999
Monday Open 24 hours
Tuesday Open 24 hours
Wednesday Open 24 hours
Thursday Open 24 hours
Friday Open 24 hours
Saturday Open 24 hoursOpen now
Sunday Open 24 hours
About the business
North Shore Sydney Emergency Glass Repairs & Window Replacement
World Class Replacement Windows provides installations, repairs and replacements for glass doors and windows all across Sydney at competitive prices.
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Akshay Siddamsetty said 3 years ago
They have done a pertty good job with defend price and Robbie was pretty friendly aswell.
Yvette Sraga said 3 years ago
I do not recommend this company. Make commitments, no communication, no show up.
Natale Finocchiaro said 5 years ago
I would not recommend these people at all. They did my house and most of the Job was ok . However in the kitchen where I have stacker doors that slide into each other they a shocking which Steve refuses to fix. The doors are stacked doors and one is too big so it doesn't fully close. The fly screens are wrong and need to be fixed. Mainly he conned me into paying him $1000 in cash to do a corner panel where the doors meet that he said was not included in contract with Builder. I paid him the money and he has done it wrong twice and still refuses to fix it it and even denies I gave him the money. Does trust this guy or his company
Randala Jbeily said 5 years ago
Great customer services and excellent workmanship!! Highly recommended.
Steve J said 6 years ago
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