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Why Chipped & Cracked Car Windows Should Be Professionally Repaired

Did you purchase a repair kit to fix the chips and cracks that are in some of your car windows? It would be wiser for you to get the windows examined by a glass technician in case you need to get new ones installed for your safety. Take a look at the information in this article to get a general idea of why it is not in your best interest to attempt repairing the chipped and cracked car windows on your own. Read More 

How To Keep Your Windshield Clean

Maintaining your vehicle is more than just washing the body and taking it to be serviced; you also need to keep the windshield clean. This helps to avoid a buildup of debris and makes it easier to drive when you can see clearly. Here are some easy tips for keeping the windshield clean. Clean Regularly With Glass Cleaner The more often you clean the windshield, the better off you will be. Read More 

Tips For Giving A Small Bathroom And Airy Ambience

Small bathrooms present many challenges, such as limited storage and maneuvering space. However, small bathrooms also have a tendency to feel dark. This makes them feel even more cramped. Open up the visual space in your bathroom to create an airy ambiance. Opt for More Glass Glass does two things for a small area. First, it opens up the visual space, making it appear larger. Second, glass reflects light, offering that airy ambiance. Read More 

Choosing Eco-Friendly Glass

If you're shopping for new windows, you have likely debated over the size and the material of the frames, but have you spent any time considering what type of glass you want? Although most window panes may look similar, there is a world of difference between those glass types. Some types of glass are kinder to the environment than others and can even help save you money on your monthly utility bills. Read More 

Spruce Up Your Windows This Winter With New Window Dressings

If you are tired of how your windows look, and want to change things up a little bit, installing window trim is a great winter home improvement project. You don't have to go outside to do this project, and you can easily complete it on your own or hire a contractor for a few hours to install new window trim for you. New window trim will change how your windows look and will spruce up your house. Read More