etching your windows for improved privacy

  • Preparing For Storm Season With The Right Repair Services

    25 November 2017

    If your area is prone to hurricanes, tornadoes, or other destructive forces of nature on a yearly basis, how do you prepare? How do you recover? You can greatly reduce the costs of getting your life back to normal and stabilize insurance costs by having a plan for before and after the storm, and having a team of professionals who can help will only make your life easier. Here are a few concepts to keep in mind as you plan for storm season.

  • A Guide To Architectural Glass Repair

    20 August 2017

    If you are looking to handle architectural glass repair for your building, you'll need to match up with some glass repair contractors that can help you out. These professionals will give you all the work that you need, so that you're able to fix your windows quickly and at a cost that suits your budget. By taking the time to get this window work, you'll be able to keep your building at its best from both an appearance and a property value perspective.

  • Style Choices With Glass Shower Enclosures

    28 February 2017

    One of the reasons that glass shower doors are so useful is because of the many different style options that they allow. Here are some of the important design choices that you have when you elect to use glass in your bathroom. Where Should the Shower Be Placed? Typically, a shower is placed against at least 2 walls to help contain the water. But if you are using glass with a custom designed, you could choose to forego any wall support at all.

  • Broken Windows: Should You Repair or Replace?

    5 January 2017

    Whether it was a wayward baseball, storm damage, or some other type of trauma, a broken window means it's time to schedule a repair. The decision you have to make is whether to replace the entire window or simply have the glass replaced. The following guide can help you make the right choice. Was the window double or triple insulated pane? As a general rule, a single pane window can be reglazed with new glass and, in most cases, be just the same as it was previously.