What To Expect When You Repair Double Pane Glass

Posted on: 5 October 2015

Double pane windows are nice additions to your home because they are more energy efficient. The air between the panes acts as insulation that keeps your home warm in the winter and cool in the summer. One problem with the windows is that the seal that holds the panes together can fail. When that happens, moisture and outside air can seep inside the gap and cause condensation, fog, and stains. Fortunately, you can repair the windows so they look like new again. [Read More]

3 Features To Look For In Energy Efficient Windows

Posted on: 2 October 2015

Your home's windows are more than just part of the d├ęcor, they have a heavy impact on your home's energy costs. Because of this, you need to look for certain features in custom windows so that you get the most energy efficient ones available in your budget. Here are some features of custom windows you should pay carefully attention to. R-Value/U-Factor One of the most important aspects of replacement windows is the R-value. [Read More]

Pivot Vs. Side-Mount Hinged Shower Doors

Posted on: 2 October 2015

Just like many other bathroom fixtures, the shower has evolved. It is because of this that there are more choices to make when it is time to install a new shower. Among those choices is whether to opt for a side-mount hinged or pivot shower door installation. Here are the advantages and disadvantages of each to help you with your decision making.  Pivot Shower Doors A pivot shower door installation allows your door to swing outward when opened. [Read More]

When The Shatter Doesn't Matter: Why And How To Repair Broken Solar Panel Glass

Posted on: 2 October 2015

One of the most amazing things about solar panels is their ability to keep generating electricity even when they take a hit. It's absolutely worth it to salvage most panels if their only damage is shattered glass and slightly bent frames. Here's what you need to know before you try to repair a solar panel: As long as it's not leaking badly, it's fixable. Your own panels may have been damaged in transport, battered by hail, or toppled by the wind. [Read More]