The next time you replace a window or even a windshield, rethink the idea of tossing your unwanted glass in the trash.
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Installing new windows is a significant upfront investment. Therefore, you want to make sure you get all the energy efficiency you signed up for.
Want to make your room feel larger or let more light in? Keep reading to learn more about bay windows, bow windows and how to make the right choice for your home.
If you’re thinking about renovating your home, you definitely want to consider updating your windows, as new windows provide the best return on investment for any home improvement project.
While natural light is a great way to enhance the aesthetic appeal of a room, it also has a number of other benefits for your health and your wallet.
Nothing makes an impression on your visitors quite like the furniture inside your home.
Glass is one of the most versatile architectural materials in the world. Not only is it incredibly beautiful, but it’s also strong, durable and versatile. Architectural pattern glass can be used to enhance the look of any interior. Keep reading to learn more about custom glass and five creative ways you can use it in your home.
Keeping your car windows in good shape is important. A crack in your window can seriously compromise the structural integrity of all the glass surrounding it.
We’ve all had dreams of renovating our bathrooms into something breathtaking and there isn’t a piece more eye-catching than your shower. Whether it’s a tub-shower hybrid or walk-in shower, there’s no reason this focal point can’t make your bathroom look great.
Your car is an essential part of your life. It gets you to work, gets the kids to school and gets the whole family wherever else your busy schedule takes you. All your car’s parts have to be working together in order to keep your family safe on the road, and that includes its windshield.
Your windows and door are an important part of your home. When you need to replace them, it’s not a matter of simply swapping them out with another one you’ve pulled off the shelf at a store.
Your bathroom isn’t quite like any other room in your house for a lot of reasons. Unless you’re lucky enough to have an indoor pool, your bathroom probably experiences the most moisture of any room in your home.
The temperatures outside are well below freezing, and the icy chill has made that small crack in your windshield turn into a big problem. With the temperatures so low, you may wonder if you can replace it or if you should wait for warmer weather.
Updating your windows to be more energy efficient presents a great opportunity to spend some money in order to save some money, especially if you’re remodelling your home. Although historically glass windows have been commercially manufactured for a long time, the industry has been constantly improving them by adding things like coatings or glazes.
You pay attention to your tire pressure, have your vehicle maintained, and you even take your car to the gas station when you have a quarter tank of gas left to avoid any issues. However, when was the last time you looked at your windshield?