How To Properly Remove Stickers And Decals From Your Auto Glass

Removing stickers, decals, and other sticky residue from your auto glass can be challenging. Unfortunately, if you take the wrong steps, such as using a razor blade to lift residue, you can end up scratching, indenting, pitting or damaging your auto glass. If this happens, you may have no other option but to have your auto glass replaced. Here are a few ways to remove stickers, decals, and sticky residue from your auto glass. [Read More]

4 Glass Options For Replacement Windows And Other Improvements For Your Home

When you want to renovate the windows in your home, you have a lot of options. The first thing that you are probably thinking about is installing replacement windows. In addition to installing replacement windows for your home, you may want to consider other options like replacement glass and window treatments. The following window improvements will help you get the most out of your investment in replacement windows and other improvements: [Read More]

3 Temporary Steps To Take After Your Glass Window Breaks

Spring in Texas loves to bring with it wild weather, and thanks to tornadic winds which whip up during tornado season, it is not unusual for homeowners to wake up to the sound of breaking glass as windows are smashed by flying debris. As a first-time homeowner, you're not too sure what to do when you experience a broken window, so here are three steps you can take to minimize the damage while you wait for the glass glazing company representative to arrive and replace the broken pane. [Read More]

3 Types Of Glass Shower Doors

Your shower door plays a large role in the overall appearance of your bathroom. Glass shower doors are much more visually attractive than shower curtains, allow natural light to spread throughout your bathroom and can increase the visual size of smaller areas, and can still be frosted to provide privacy. For all of these reasons, installing a glass shower door is a popular and beneficial bathroom remodeling project. However, not all shower doors operate in the same way, and the way that they open and close can change the benefits that they provide. [Read More]