Choosing The Right Film For Your New Building's Windows

Posted on: 11 September 2018

If you've recently purchased a new commercial building to relocate your business, the time is now for basic preparation before you move everything in. One of the things you may not have thought about yet is treating the window glass with specialty film. There are many different types of commercial glass film out there, and the right one will depend on what your actual needs are. Here's a look at some of the reasons you might want window film and the options you can choose from.
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Need To Replace A Broken Window After A Storm? 3 Tips For Finding The Best Replacement

Posted on: 23 May 2018

After a serious storm comes and passes, there's a chance that some damage has occurred to your home. If you've had a window broken due to the storm, you'll need to look into what you can do to make sure that the window is replaced without any issues. Instead of having just any window installed to replace the broken window, it's a good idea to look into what features are available so you find the best replacement possible.
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Tips For Keeping A New Shower Door Clean

Posted on: 27 February 2018

Are you planning to have a new shower door installed to make your bathroom more modern? If so, know that shower doors take more care than shower curtains when it comes to keeping them clean. Soap scum buildup is common to have on the door, which is why it helps to know how to remove it. Vinegar and Baking Soda You can make a cleaning solution out of some basic ingredients you have around your home.
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The Disadvantages To Using A Do-It-Yourself Auto Glass Repair Kit

Posted on: 20 November 2017

It is imperative that you repair a crack or chip in your windshield right away. Many things can cause the crack or chip to grow, including the vibration of driving on rocky roads, hitting a large pot hole, or the expansion and contraction of the glass when it is hot or cold out. If the crack or chip grows, a crack that could have been repaired may get so large that it becomes irreparable.
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