Having new windows installed in your home is an exciting event, especially when the existing windows are quite old. Not only do you get the energy savings and improved appearance from the new windows, but you are left with old windows to get creative with. One project to consider if you have an older window and high kitchen ceilings is horizontally suspending the window above a center island or table. Read More»
Auto Glass: Fix or Replace?
A broken window can be a big problem to a homeowner for a couple of reasons. It will let air from the outside into your home and increase your energy bills, and it will leave your home vulnerable to burglary since a thief will have easy access to your home. Prior to calling a glass repair company like Griggs & Son Glass & Mirror, you will need to know the answers to these three questions. Read More»
Windshields frequently get small cracks or chips from rocks and other debris that are kicked up by vehicles in front of you. If the damage seems small, you might be tempted to put off getting it fixed or just decide to live with the problem. It’s important to not ignore the problem and to get your damaged windshield fixed or replaced, for the following four reasons: 1. You may be breaking the law. Read More»
If it’s time to replace your windows through Victorville Glass Co Inc, you might want to incorporate some curb appeal add-ons into your window replacement project that will enhance your home’s appearance. Looking for ideas? The following are some eye-catching window features that can drastically improve the look of a home’s facade. Have window boxes installed Windows boxes overflowing with colorful blossoms are perhaps the most charming possible feature on residential windows. Read More»
A cracked windshield can seem like a nightmare. By taking good care of your car and working to prevent these cracks from occurring in the first place, you can save yourself a lot of trouble. Fortunately, following these tips should help. 1. Avoid Sudden Changes in Temperature One of the main things that can cause a crack in a windshield is a sudden change in temperature. Be careful about keeping your car outdoors in below-freezing temperatures, and be cautious about using your defroster or pouring hot water on your windshield in these conditions. Read More»