2021

How To Know When It’s Time for a Sliding Glass Door Replacement

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If you have a sliding glass door in your home that opens to your yard, you should consider having the door replaced if it's giving you certain problems. You might think that you can just live with a faulty sliding glass door, but failing to replace it could make your home less secure and create bigger problems that might eventually make your door impossible to open and close. Here are some telltale signs that it's time for a sliding glass door replacement.

1 July 2021

4 Things to Remember When Planning a Glass Shower Door Installation Project

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Are you planning a bathroom improvement project? It is a great idea to install glass shower doors because they add unique style, depth, and class to various bathroom designs. Unlike bathroom curtains that don't require a lot of consideration, research, and thinking, glass shower doors need attention to details. Since shower glass doors are relatively pricier and delicate, it is advisable to arm yourself with a few tips that can influence your choice.

19 May 2021

Why You Shouldn't Attempt DIY But Hire Glass Replacement Professionals

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Handling large pieces of glass without requisite training and experience is a recipe for disaster. The most likely scenario is that you will break the glass, causing even more damage. The worst-case scenario is that you could get hurt by shards of glass. It is tempting to attempt DIY glass replacement, especially for home windows. But this is most likely to end badly. It is better to have glass replacement services handle this delicate and risky task.

7 April 2021

Does Your Office Get Too Hot In Summer? There Could Be An Easy Solution

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As summer approaches you begin to remember all of the wonderful activities it will hopefully bring with it and forget about some of the negatives. One of the most prominent of those negatives being just how hot the inside of your office building can get in the middle of summer. It can seem unusual, especially if other areas of the building like the parking lot or foyer do not heat up as much but there could be a very simple answer: the windows.

12 February 2021