Was Your Home Window Smashed Out In A Break In? What To Know

If someone broke into your home by smashing out a window, and you aren't sure what the quickest way to get the problem fixed will be, you want to call a glass installation company. You have to replace the window so you are safe, and to protect the property. Here are a few of the things you want to discuss with the installation professionals when they come to your home to quote the project, and things you want to consider to keep yourself safe. [Read More]

Broken Glass Door Pane? How To Replace It Yourself

Broken glass can happen for a number of different reasons - one of the little ones was playing ball in the house (or too closely outside of the house), a construction accident inside your home, or any number of unexplained accidents. Glass can be replaced, be it glass from a window, or even a door. If you're handy and think you can handle the replacement yourself, follow the directions below to replace a broken glass door pane. [Read More]

Why Your Glass Windows May Not Look Clean No Matter How Much You Clean Them

Getting the windows inside your home clean might be a lot of work, but you likely take pride in fruits of your labor. After all, perfect streak-free, shiny windows complement a well decorated home. Regrettably, your windows can begin to lose their luster, with the glass becoming foggy no matter how much you try to restore its original luster. Ultimately, glass replacement is the best way to handle glass windows that have begun to look frosted over despite keeping them as clean as you can. [Read More]

5 FAQs About Energy-Efficient Windows

Energy-efficient windows are growing in popularity for many reasons. They reduce your carbon footprint and lower your heating/cooling bills. If you have been considering installing energy-efficient windows, but you don't know much about them, check out these five FAQs. How Do They Work? Energy-efficient windows work in several ways. One of the best ways they work is by blocking certain wavelengths. The low-E coatings on the glass, stop radiant heat transfer of UV light. [Read More]