20 November 2017
If you find that your windows are not holding up during storm season, it may be time to consider hurricane windows for your home. There are so many different options to choose from, so it is important that you carefully review your options with your window installation company. The following are some things you need to keep in mind when you are thinking about getting hurricane windows: When to Schedule an Installation
18 October 2017
If you have decided that you would use your patio more by enclosing it, you've probably made a really wise decision. While you've more than likely used it a lot during the warm months, your patio might have been unused during the cold winter months. Now that you are enclosing it, the patio will be available to you all year long. Think of the relaxing you can do there, and think of the entertainment you can do on your enclosed patio.
23 May 2017
After a strong storm with high winds came through your area, your storm door may have been cracked when it became unlatched and blew open. If so, use the following four tips to temporarily fix the crack to keep the damage from spreading. Avoid Removing The Glass From The Door When you go to repair the door, you may be tempted to remove the door or the glass pane, thinking it will make the process easier.
10 January 2017
Windows can sometimes be a weak point in a house when it comes to security. If you're concerned about the security of your windows, there are some things you can do to address this weakness and fortify your home. The following are six ways you can make your home's windows more secure against intruders: Have locks installed on your home's windows Window locks are easy to purchase and install, and they're highly effective at deterring thieves.
3 January 2017
The sliding glass doors in your home are important because they look great, provide entry and exit, and are an important means of protection from the outside world. To be sure that you make the most out of your sliding glass door, you will need to know when it is time to replace the door, how to maintain the door structure, and how to keep it clean to the best of your ability.
28 December 2016
If you have a glass shower door, you probably want to keep it as clean and shiny as possible. However, you may be reluctant to use caustic commercial cleaners, afraid the fumes and chemicals could adversely affect your family's health. If so, use the three steps below to clean your glass shower door using all-natural ingredients. Step 1: Rub Limescale And Stains With Lemons The first step involves using lemons to treat built-up stains and lime.
16 December 2016
When you are driving your car around and notice a crack in your windshield, you probably get nervous. While a small chip or crack may bother you because you feel it detracts from the value of your car, it isn't always necessary to fix the problem right away. On the other hand, if you have a crack that is in your direct line of vision, you may need to fix the problem immediately because it's difficult to see.
16 December 2016
Glass is used in many applications. From car windshields to electronic devices, glass is a solid, protective surface, at least until it gets cracked. While a small crack can sometimes be ignored, knowing when to repair or replace glass that has a crack in it is important. If it's your car windshield, the severity of the crack matters. If it's an electronic device, you'll probably want to get cracks replaced right away.
14 December 2016
Although skylights can be a source of great cheer and make your house much less gloomy in winter, they can also bring great concern and expensive damage during winter storms if they suffer a malfunction. Here are some common reasons that you might find water inside your skylight, some of which will require repair or even replacement of the glass itself and others of which may only require cleaning. Condensation
8 December 2016
When a single pane window cracks, it's obvious enough that you need to apply glass glue or take it to a repair shop to get the glass panel repaired. But if you have a more complicated glass piece that breaks, such as a leaded window or a stained glass window, the repair method can be more complicated. Here are some steps that you can take. Step 1: Measure the Piece that's Missing