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»
Auto Glass: Fix or Replace?
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»
A broken windshield on your vehicle requires a prompt repair. If you don’t have time to take your car in, mobile glass replacement is a viable option. A technician can replace any window, whether it’s front, rear or side, at the location of your choice. The following guide can help you prepare for your on-site glass replacement, and care for the new glass afterwards. #1: Verify Coverage and Payment You need to make sure that the mobile repair service accepts your insurance, if the repair is covered by your policy. Read More»
Sometimes, a dull or old building can deter customers from your business. Giving your building a new look can make your business seem fresh and appealing to potential customers passing by. Use these ideas to help you find inspiration as you consider the many ways to redecorate the exterior of your building. Replace Your Windows Replace your old, worn-looking windows and trim with new ones. Talk to your commercial glass services expert about different looks and design trends that can give the exterior of your building a style boost. Read More»
Glass shower doors are common in many bathrooms; the doors can make your room look larger, but the privacy offered can leave a bit to be desired. Most families share the bathroom, and lack of privacy can create a real problem. However, there are certain design elements that can add privacy where there once was none. Add a Shower Curtain Even if you have a glass door installed, a shower curtain can (inexpensively) offer some privacy. Read More»