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Tips For Custom Glass Elevator Design

If you are planning on having a custom glass elevator installed in your building, there is a good chance that you want it to be the best one possible for your situation and the aesthetics of your building. This is because having a custom elevator installed of any type represents a significant investment of money and time. You want to be absolutely sure that those resources are not wasted. Here are some tips for custom glass elevator design. Read More 

3 Tips to Prevent Soap Scum From Building Up on Your Shower Door

If you are like many people, one of your biggest issues in keeping your bathroom clean might be dealing with soap scum on your shower. Keeping your glass shower door clean can be a challenge, but if you follow these tips, you might just find that soap scum isn't a big issue for you at all anymore. 1. Use Body Wash Instead of Bar Soap One big step that you can take to help avoid soap scum is to use body wash instead of bar soap. Read More 

A Mini-Guide To Choosing The Frame, Glass And Hardware For Sliding Patio Glass Door

Your outdoor living space should be a beautiful and functional extension of your indoor living space. The extension between indoors and outdoors begins with the style of door you choose for the connection.  There are a number of reasons why sliding glass patio doors are the ideal solution for bringing the interior and exterior of your home together. However, shopping for sliding patio glass doors can be slightly overwhelming. There are typically several dozen choices available to choose from at your local home improvement store, so how do you know where to begin. Read More 

Getting The Windshield Replaced On Your Car? Two Options You Have

If the windshield on your car has been damaged, it is important that you get it repaired. Even if there is a small chip, it can result in a large crack that spreads across the windshield. If you are having this replaced on your car, you have some options, two of which are listed below. This will ensure you are happy with the windshield replacement. Types of Windshield Glass There are three types of auto glass that you can choose from for your car: Original Equipment Manufacturer (OEM) glass, aftermarket glass, and dealer glass. Read More 

Three Steps to Handle a Broken Car Window

If your car has been broken into, and one of the side windows has been smashed, it will be important to take care of some things right before you get the glass repair. Though you will need to get a glass repair specialist to replace your window soon, there are some things that you will need to take care of before putting a new window into the mix. Here are three steps that you should take when you find out that your car window has been smashed. Read More