Basic Residential Window Care Guidelines

The windows of a home are a part of the structure that will sustain a surprising amount of wear and tear. As a homeowner, it is your responsibility to become informed when it concerns the various types of steps you can take for protecting your home's windows. Install Safety Glass On Sides Of The House Facing Golf Courses For homes that are located near golf courses, the threat of stray balls striking and breaking the windows can be a constant hazard.   Read More...

How To Decorate An Elegant Entrance In Your Home

Have you ever considered the importance of first impressions? For example, you could probably kick yourself for the time that you ran to the store without makeup and in your hair curlers only to have a friend introduce you to someone new. Just as your appearance says a lot about you, the entrance to your home can tell about the rest of your house. If you have decided to create an elegant mood in your entry way, from choosing the wall paper to having special glass installed, here are some ideas that might help:   Read More...

Three Stages Of Glass Damage That Require Repairs Or Replacement

Whether it's your window glass or your auto glass that's damaged, you're probably wondering whether you'll need to replace it, have it professionally repaired, or simply slap a quick DIY windshield repair kit on the damaged spot. Here are three stages of glass damage from least severe to most severe, along with recommendations for glass repairs. 1. Chipping and scratching A scratch on a residential window (whether accidental or a result of intentional vandalism) can be repaired by a professional with precision equipment that gently grinds off a layer of glass until only the undamaged layers remain.   Read More...

Three Upgrades To Consider When Getting Your Window Glass Replaced

Window glass replacement probably seems more like an expensive responsibility than an opportunity, yet looking at it as a chance to improve your windows can help you get the most benefit out of the replacement appointment. When your residential glass replacement technician lets you know that the damage is too extensive and you need a replacement, you'll need to discuss the extent of the replacement needed (a single pane of glass or a complete window replacement), but you can also inquire about options that can make your new window better than the old one was.   Read More...

3 Things To Find Out About The Glass When Getting Your Windshield Replaced

When your windshield gets damaged, you are going to want to replace it right away. Here are three things that you need to find out about the glass before you get your windshield replaced to make sure that your new windshield works and looks how you want it to. #1 Type Of Glass Used The first thing that you need to find out is what type of glass the company you are talking with uses to replace damaged windshields.   Read More...