3 Functional Considerations To Keep In Mind When Planning For Your New Shower

If you are in the process of designing your new bathroom, make sure that you take into consideration the functional limitations and requirements when choosing where to install your new shower and how you want it to look. #1 The Shape Of Your Shower First, you need to think about the shape of your shower. Most material for showers is built with the idea that the shower will be either square or rectangular.   Read More...

Two Reasons Why You Should Get Glass Entrance Doors for Your Building

When it comes to your business, the type of doors you have is very critical.  The doors are one of the first things that customers will see when they get to your establishment, and the doors you choose can play a big role in influencing the way that they view your facility.  If you're in the market for new doors, you may be considering solid wood doors or even steel doors for your entryway.   Read More...

Four Seemingly Minor Issues That Can Make Your Car Unsafe To Drive

It's important to diligently maintain your car to ensure that it remains as safe as possible while you're on the road. If left unchecked, even seemingly trivial issues can lead to serious traffic accidents. Keep yourself and your passengers out of harm's way by taking care of these four common issues. Window Cracks Obviously, if your windshield is severely cracked to the point that the damage impairs your vision, you need to have it replaced immediately.   Read More...

Car Windshield Cracks: An Easy Guide For Keeping & Replacing Stickers

When the windshield of your car is cracked and needs replacement, one of the losses you may have to deal with is stickers applied to the glass. City waste stations, oil change reminders, and parking stickers to beaches or golf courses are just a few of the applications that you might lose out on. Instead of having to go and replace every sticker, there are ways to save the stickers that you have and apply them to the new windshield once it's installed.   Read More...

Installing a New Window on Your Own? Here's How to Do It

There are plenty of DIY tasks you can do to improve your home's looks and functionality and window installations is one of them. If you want to try your hand at installing your own windows, read on! This step-by-step guide assumes that you've already removed your existing window or that you're working on a new home that hasn't had its windows installed yet.  Check the Rough Opening First The last thing you want is to attempt to install your window, only to discover that it doesn't fit because the measurements of the rough opening are off.   Read More...