2 Types of Window That Can Increase Your Comfort and Privacy

Posted on: 14 October 2015

Replacing the windows in your home can be a great opportunity to improve multiple aspects of your home at once. There are a wide variety of windows out there that can provide a range of unique benefits. Two windows that you should consider because they can increase both your comfort and privacy are soundproof and electrochromic windows. Soundproof One of the easiest ways to make your home more private is to install soundproof windows. [Read More]

Three Steps To Tell If You Should Repair Or Replace Your Glass After Graffiti Damage

Posted on: 7 October 2015

Vandalism on glass windows can take several forms. It's possible, instead of just smashing the glass, to etch a graffiti design on it or use an acid to eat away at its surface. If any of these types of vandalism has happened to the windows at your business, it's a good idea to get the damage fixed right away, but you may be wondering whether replacement is the best option for your windows or whether they can be repaired. [Read More]

Best Replacement Glass Options For Your Garage Door

Posted on: 7 October 2015

If the glass windows in your garage door are broken and need to be replaced, you can take advantage of this opportunity and upgrade the glass in your garage door. Here are a few of the best glass replacement options for your garage door.  Textured Glass If you want natural light inside of your garage, but don't want people to be able to see your belongings inside of your garage, you should install textured glass in your garage door window openings. [Read More]

How To Maximize The Space In A Small Master Bathroom

Posted on: 6 October 2015

Having a small master bathroom doesn't mean you have to skimp on any of the luxury amenities you want in your room. Use these design and decor ideas to maximize your available space and create a truly luxurious master bathroom. Add A Corner Shower And Tub Using the corners in a small room helps you to fit more furniture or fixtures into the space without making it feel cramped. While luxury shower enclosures and soaker tubs can take up a lot of space, models designed specifically for corners take up considerably less space. [Read More]