Your windshield is pretty tough, and yet it is still one of the more fragile parts of your vehicle. It is always vulnerable to chips, cracks, and other damage. While you cannot ensure that your windshield is never damaged, you can lower the risk of serious problems by taking common sense precautions. Temperature Extreme temperatures can put a strain on both sides of your windshield. Try keeping the car inside the garage whenever you can. Read More»
Auto Glass: Fix or Replace?
Fire sprinklers are installed in commercial buildings to reduce how much damage fires cause. When there’s a fire in a building, they can save both lives and property. If they accidentally discharge, though, they can create a huge mess. If you own a store in a commercial building and the fire sprinkler system accidentally goes off, you’ll likely want to ask the building owner to cover the cost of damaged inventory. Read More»
New windows do more than upgrade the appearance of your home, they can also make your home more secure and increase the energy efficiency of your heating and cooling system. The following can help you decide if the time has come to replace the glass in your home. Sign #1: Cracks Broken glass is a sure sign that its time to replace your windows. This is even true if you have multi-pane windows and only one pane has broken. Read More»
Old wooden windows have a way of getting broken, especially when you have kids in the house. Knowing how to address this problem properly can help you keep your windows in good shape. This FAQ will help guide you through the process. Can you replace the broken glass in your wooden window as a DIY project? Yes, replacing glass in wooden windows is a good DIY project for people who have the proper tools and who are comfortable working with their hands. Read More»
Old man winter is on his way and it won’t be long until he gets to you. For this reason, it is time inspect your windows to make sure they are in good shape. If not, your house will not stay warm, and your heating bill will go up due to the warm air escaping your home. Weather Stripping The weather stripping around your windows acts as a seal so no air can get in or out. Read More»