How To Replace Old, Torn Window Screen Fabric With New Material

Posted on: 30 November 2015

Torn window screens permit bugs to enter and aren't able to provide the type of protection you need during times when your windows are open. This is why you need to remove old, torn window screen fabric and replace it with new material. The job is easy for the prepared do-it-yourselfer, so keep reading to see what you will need and how to do it: Tools and materials needed Window screen fabric - The fabric, or wire mesh, is available in a variety of materials, including plastic, fiberglass and metal, as well as color shades.
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Repairing A Chip In Your Vehicle's Window

Posted on: 30 November 2015

If one of your vehicle's windows has a chip in the pane, you will most likely want to do whatever is necessary to have it repaired so the window can be utilized normally. A window with a chip in it can be repaired on your own if it is relatively small. Cracks are best left to a professional window repair service to replace as they can shatter if not treated properly. Here are some general instructions to follow when filling in a chip in your vehicle's window.
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4 Reasons Not To Put Off Glass Replacement

Posted on: 30 November 2015

Whether you've recently experienced a window breaking at your home, place of business, or in your vehicle, it can be a frustrating experience to have to go through. It's likely that you're stuck dealing with this issue at an inconvenient time. The good news is that there are professionals available to help you fix your broken glass right away. It's important that you get help as soon as possible so that you don't have to deal with more issues down the road.
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Three Winter Car Care Tips

Posted on: 20 November 2015

The frigid temperatures and inclement weather that comes along with winter can truly push a car to its limits. Is your car up to the challenge? Equipping yourself with some of the ways to help protect your car this winter will help you keep your car in great shape all season long. Look Over The Cooling System A frozen cooling system can increase the chance of your engine overheating or leaking, both of which come along with costly repairs.
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