Protect Your Windows From Harsh Storms

Posted on: 2 May 2016

Spring doesn't just mean the flowers are blooming and the temperature is rising. For many parts of the country, this also means heavy rain, high winds, hail and other elements associated with strong thunderstorms. While you can't avoid these harsh weather scenarios, you can play an active role in keeping your windows safe from damage. Storm Panels If you live in an area that is especially susceptible to harsh storms or hurricanes, consider investing in storm panels.
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Addressing A Couple Of Windshield Repair And Replacement Questions

Posted on: 20 February 2016

Being able to clearly see out of your windshield is critical for safely operating  a car, but it is an unfortunate fact that windshields can be extremely prone to suffering damage. When this happens, it will be necessary to have the damaged windshield either repaired or replaced as soon as possible to minimize the risk of being in an accident or being ticketed for an unsafe vehicle. For new drivers, windshield repairs can be a somewhat confusing task to need done, and learning the answers to the following couple of questions will help make this repair process easier to understand.
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Shattered Glass In A Business Entry Door: Why A Fast Repair Is Vital

Posted on: 2 December 2015

Did thieves break the glass panes in your front entry door to rob your business? If you don't invest in a prompt repair for the broken glass, it can affect your business in multiple different ways. Find out in this article how leaving the glass panes broken can cause additional problems, as well as what a professional repair might cost. Why Should Broke Glass in a Business Entry Door Be Promptly Repaired?
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3 Tips For Tackling An Ugly Pattern On Your Shower Door

Posted on: 30 November 2015

Glass shower doors are highly customizable, which is great when you are shopping for your own door but can lead to some decorating headaches when you buy a home with a dated shower door. The designs are sometimes just affixed to the surface but other times are actually etched into the glass or plexiglass. Design removal, if possible, can prove difficult and you might need to try different techniques. The easiest route is to simply buy a new glass shower door.
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