Several Myths About Residential Glass Repair

Posted on: 2 September 2017

When your home suffers damage to its windows or glass sliding doors, it is important to understand the repair steps that will need to be taken to restore the home. While these repairs are somewhat routine, there are homeowners that may find that they are misinformed about some of the aspects of these repairs: Myth: The Glass Frame Always Needs Replacing It is easy to assume that the frame holding the pane of glass in place will need to be replaced.
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Considerations Of Window Replacement As A DIY Project

Posted on: 11 August 2017

Taking on a home renovation as a DIY project is something that many homeowners will consider at one point or another. One of the aspects of that DIY renovation will likely be window replacement, especially in older homes where the windows do not provide any type of insulation or may have cracked or broken. Before you take on a window replacement on your own, there are some considerations you need to take into account.
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3 Tips For Choosing And Installing New Windows

Posted on: 31 July 2017

Windows are a fundamental part of any home and contribute to your quality of life in more ways than you might think. Not only do they provide a means by which to view your home's external surroundings, they are also crucial in determining the temperature and ambiance inside your home. You'll have several factors to judge windows by when you're choosing new ones for your house, so take a look below at some of the most important ones before you come to a decision.
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3 Great Benefits Of Tinting The Windows Of Your Home

Posted on: 12 July 2017

Did you know that you can tint the windows in your home? Window tinting has multiple benefits for home owners. Here are a few of the top benefits. #1 Added Privacy One of the biggest benefits of tinting the windows of your home is the added privacy that it provides. There are lots of different types of window tints. There are window tints that make your windows darker, like they do with a car.
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