How To Get The Most Energy Savings From Window Replacement At Your Business

Posted on: 6 August 2016

If you are considering the purchase of an older building for your business, considering every aspect of restoration is extremely important to save money on operating expenses later on. If the older building you are buying has the original windows still in it, you may have considered keeping them for preserving its historical value. However, if you are not restoring a building primarily for historical reasons, you could have money going out the window in the form of energy losses. [Read More]

Two Types of Residential Glass That Are Ideal for Making Your Home More Comfortable

Posted on: 14 July 2016

One thing to keep in mind when you have to replace your windows or residential glass is to consider the many types of glass that can offer benefits beyond those offered by basic window glass. Specialty glass for your windows can often provide benefits that range from increased comfort and privacy to better home security. Listed below are two types of residential glass that are ideal for making your home more comfortable. [Read More]

3 Tips To Keep In Mind When Replacing Or Repairing Your Windshield

Posted on: 27 April 2016

When you own a vehicle and drive it around on a regular basis, it is almost inevitable to get some type of chip or crack in your windshield at some point in time. When this happens, you need to either repair or replace your windshield depending on the level of damage to it. Thankfully, there are several locations out there that offer this service for you and allow you to have a windshield that is as good as new once again. [Read More]

How To Replace A Car Door Passenger Window

Posted on: 29 March 2016

Having your car broken into and getting things stolen is bad enough, but if you don't have glass insurance on your car, you will also have to pay for a getting a new passenger window installed on your car. You can save a few dollars if you do the job yourself. Here is how to replace the passenger window on a car door. Remove the Door Panel You need to remove the panel on the inside of the door to gain access to the window bracket. [Read More]