Steps on How to Replace Broken Window Glass

Replacing a broken window can be expensive. Doing the job yourself, however, requires careful attention to detail and the right preparation, materials, and tools. Here's a quick overview of how to tackle this job yourself.  Preparing the Window for New Glass These instructions apply to windows of most sizes though for large windows, you will first need to remove the entire window frame, placing it on a flat surface before attempting to remove any broken glass. Read More 

Different Options You Can Consider For Residential Glass

Glass is an important aspect of homes as not only does this material insulate your residence from the elements, but it also works toward controlling the natural lighting in your home. As such, they are used for a myriad of applications around the home, not simply for windows. If you require glass repairs, you would be better off knowing what are the different options that are available in the market for you so as to ensure you make both a practical as well as aesthetic appealing decision. Read More 

What You Need to Know About Etching Your Logo Into Your Hotel Shower Doors

Etching your logo into your hotel's bathroom shower doors is a great way to show off your brand; and in addition to adding style to your hotel bathrooms, an etched logo also offers other benefits. Thinking about etching your logo into your hotel shower doors? Here's what you need to know: 1. Etched glass can be easier to clean than clear glass Slow cleaning processes mean lost dollars when it comes to the hotel industry. Read More 

Benefits of Double Glazing for Commercial Properties

Double glazing is a form of window system that combines multiple panes of glass to provide additional insulation, noise reduction and safety for your business. The technique involves two panes of glass separated by a spacer that contains still air or gas. The glass is fitted to your window frame and adjusted to comfortably fit both panes of glass and spacing. Here are a few of the benefits of using double glazing systems for your business: Read More 

Why Glass May Be the Best Material for a Kitchen Backsplash

When renovating your kitchen or building a new home, you want to give thought to all the materials you'll use, including that for the kitchen splashback. This part of the kitchen needs to be easy to clean and maintain, and it also is more visible than you might imagine, even if your splashback will only extend a certain distance over the oven or sink. While you have many materials from which to choose, note some reasons why glass may be the best choice for your kitchen. Read More