Myths Related To Windshield Repair And The Truth About Those Myths

If a flying rock or other piece of debris collides with your windshield, a crack or chip may appear. When this happens, you may do an Internet search to learn how to care for a damaged windshield or how to repair it. Unfortunately, there are many myths on the Internet related to windshield repair. Learning about these myths and the truth surrounding these myths will help you if you have a chip or crack. Read More 

3 Design Tips For A Glass Shower Enclosure

A glass shower enclosure can look nice and can really open up your bathroom. When you add a glass shower enclosure to your bathroom, make sure you create a successful design that will really show off the space. The Wall of the Shower First, you need to think about the wall of your glass shower. You need to choose a material that will look good, when viewed through glass. One of the most popular materials to use on the walls of the shower are glass tiles. Read More 

Window Film Enhances Security For Your Jewelry Store While Blocking UV Rays

When you run a jewelry store, you need all the security you can afford. You want a store with large windows so people passing by can see your beautiful jewelry selections, but you also need to protect the glass against intruders. One solution to this problem is security film, and the film is much more attractive than having bars on the windows during shopping hours. Here's how security film works and the other benefits this window film provides a jewelry store. Read More 

Ensure A Clear View: 4 Ways To Protect Your Windshield This Winter

With winter in full-swing, you need to pay close attention to your windshield. Winter weather can spell disaster for your windshield, especially if you don't take the right precautions. Here are four tips that will help you protect your windshield this winter. 1. Take Care With the Defroster If you turn the defroster to high as soon as you get in the car, you're putting your windshield at risk, especially if there are already small cracks and chips in it. Read More 

Bathroom Fun – Painting The Glass Enclosure With The Kids

Keeping things fun around the house can be difficult when you have kids around. Well, that glass shower enclosure that you've had installed by glass installation services has just opened a door to new creative fun – painting on glass! Select the Paint The best temporary paint for a project such as this is basic acrylic crafting paint. This paint will come off without much work. If you were to opt for the more expensive acrylic paints made for painting glass, you'd be looking at a huge project when the time comes to remove the paint. Read More