Four Possible Reasons That Your Sliding Door Refuses To Slide

When starting your day, one of the first things that you do is unlock your doors. However, on this day, your sliding door refuses to slide. Don't force the door open; doing so can cause further damage to your door's hardware, and you can even break your door's glass by forcing it open. Check out some of the most common reasons that your glass door may not slide, and  learn what you can do about it. Read More 

Should You Have A Damaged Windshield Repaired Or Replaced?

It has happened to a lot of people; you're driving down the road, minding your own business and all of a sudden, a stone is kicked up and it hits your windshield. At first it appears to have harmlessly bounced off. But as you drive further down the road you realize that the stone has damaged the glass and a crack is spreading across the surface of the glass. So, now not only are you stressed over the damage caused to your car, but you will also have to pay for a windshield replacement or windshield repair; but which is the best option? Read More 

Benefits Of Enclosing Your Patio With Glass

If you have a patio on your house that you have been thinking about enclosing, you might want to consider using glass to enclose it. Even though it might cost a little more to do than the option of screen, but there are just too many benefits to overlook. To help you understand why this might be the best option for your patio, you will want to take a few moments to check out the following points. Read More 

Three Reasons Why You Should Repair Tiny Chips In Your Windshield

If you get a tiny chip in your windshield, what do you typically do? Get momentarily mad that somebody's tire chucked a rock at your windshield and then let it go? Or do you get OCD and take your vehicle in to request a windshield replacement? If you are like most people, you might brush it off for now and address it later. However, there are some very good reasons why you should repair tiny chips in your windshield as soon as you can. Read More 

How To Clean A Frameless Shower Enclosure

A frameless, clear glass shower enclosure will give your bathroom a clean, modern appearance. Since the enclosure doesn't feature any metal framing and appears to be almost translucent, it's ideal for smaller bathrooms, as it will take up less visual space.  The only downside to an all-glass shower enclosure is that it looks best when it's pristine and free of unsightly water spots and stains. The glass is sleek rather than textured, so it will easily show any imperfections. Read More