Learning About Glass Repair And Replacement

  • Clean, Shine, And Protect Your Frameless Glass Shower

    1 December 2016

    A frameless glass shower is a valuable and attractive addition to your bathroom. Not only does it make your shower more appealing, but the open and airy shower makes your bathroom appear larger. Due to the lack of door hinges and tracks, cleaning a frameless shower is easier than the traditional style of shower stalls. However, cleaning, shining, and protecting the glass can be challenging. Here are a few tips to help maintain your frameless glass shower.

  • Snowball Hit Window And It Is Cracked? Repair It With A Glass Repair Kit

    1 December 2016

    Now that winter is here, many children love to go outside and have snowball fights. When a snowball hits a window, it can sometimes crack or even completely break. If you have a crack in your window but it is not completely broken, you may be able to repair it on your own using a glass repair kit. You can purchase this kit at home improvement or hardware stores. Remove the Window

  • Inexpensive Bathroom Modernization Options

    30 November 2016

    Are you tired of the way that your bathroom looks? Do you long for a bathroom that doesn't look like it's straight from an old television show? Unfortunately, complete bathroom remodeling can be an expensive undertaking. While you may not be able to afford to redo your entire bathroom right now, there are a few inexpensive things you can do to help make it look closer to your dream bathroom. Some things to consider include:

  • Built-In Blinds: What Homeowners Should Know

    29 November 2016

    When it comes to improving your outdoor space, one area you may want to consider changing up is your patio door. If you currently have unattractive window coverings on the doors, why not consider installing a new door with a built in blind? This type of door is not only very attractive, but also convenient. The following are some things to consider when you are thinking about getting doors with built in blinds:

  • How to Remove Sliding-Glass Shower Doors

    28 November 2016

    If you have residential sliding-glass shower doors, replacements may be necessary because of damage, or the doors may need removing for cleaning or an update. Glass shower enclosures are constructed from tempered glass, which resists heat. However, they can still crack. You should be able to remove the enclosure yourself, but this requires some elbow grease. Here are tips to remove sliding-glass shower doors. Prepare to Work For this project, you need:

  • Three Signs That You Need To Repair Or Replace Your Windows Or Window Frames

    22 November 2016

    Windows are fragile things, and a shattered pane is an excellent indication that you need to get a repairman out ASAP for a replacement. However, the pane of glass isn't the only part of the window, and shattering isn't the only type of damage your window may incur. Here are three other indications that repair or replacement is needed. 1. Damaged wood  Unlike glass, wood frames are susceptible to moisture damage such as rotting.

  • 4 Technical Tips for Installing a Glass Shower Door in Your Bathroom

    22 November 2016

    If you are planning on remodeling your bathroom on your own and want to install a glass shower door, here are a few technical tips that will help you successfully install a glass shower door and shower in your bathroom. #1: Plan on Using Precise Angles As you work on figuring out the size of your glass shower door, you are going to need to make sure that you plan on building your shower using precise angles, as you will be working with glass.