A Few Things To Consider When Your Windshield Is Damaged

Posted on: 14 April 2017

Depending on where you live, having a chip or crack in the windshield of your car can lead to a traffic citation. If you are in an accident, you may be found to be at fault because the flaw made it hard for you to see what was going on in front of you. It is important that you take care of even a small chip or crack in the windshield as soon as possible after it occurs. [Read More]

Routinely Asked Questions About Frameless Shower Doors

Posted on: 12 January 2017

There are many options that you can choose when you are evaluating new showers for your home. For those that are wanting a practical and elegant option for the bathroom, frameless shower doors can be an ideal solution.   Do Frameless Shower Doors Leak More Than Traditional Shower Doors? Unfortunately, homeowners can avoid considering frameless shower doors due to concerns that this option will be more prone to developing leaks. However, this is not the case as these shower enclosures are designed so that they will be far less likely to leak. [Read More]

Caring For Your New Windshield

Posted on: 11 October 2016

If you need to get your windshield replaced for the first time, you're in luck; it's a relatively fast procedure that can have you driving your car again later the same day. But you have to take proper care of the windshield, too, otherwise all the work can be for naught. One of the substances used to hold the windshield in place is an adhesive, and how you treat the windshield in the first couple of days is the key to having a strong new windshield, or having to go back to get another one. [Read More]

Temperature Change Stress Cracks In Glass Windows And How To Deal With Them

Posted on: 2 September 2016

Glass is a strong material that makes excellent widows, but stress cracks can still appear in it due to temperature changes. This is especially true when the temperature change goes from extreme hot to cold. Here is what you need to know about this problem. Why Do Stress Cracks Appear In Glass Windows? When temperatures change suddenly in glass, there is a chance that it may expand or contrast. This isn't a major problem in most glass windows, as they are given to some degree of size change, but over time excessive temperature may cause small cracks to appear. [Read More]