Getting Your Windshield Replaced

Many people do not realize how important their windshield is until they have a cracked or chipped windshield. Do not make the mistake of letting your windshield that is cracked or chipped get worse. There is a very specific reason that when you take your car in for an inspection that they check the windshield. If your windshield is chipped or cracked, you could be in danger in more ways than one. Read More 

Is Your Frameless Shower Door Acting Up? Here’s What You Should Do

Installing a frameless shower door is the easiest way to add a splash of style in your home. If you don't have a lot of space for your shower area, a frameless shower door will also come in handy in helping to make this area feel more spacious than it actually is. Add to this the fact that the simple design of these doors leaves them with almost no water accumulation spots -- something that minimizes the risks of mold growth -- and it is easy to understand why these shower doors are popular. Read More 

Commonly Asked Questions Homeowners Have About Residential Glass

There are many different tasks that will need to be done to keep your home in good condition. Replacing the glass in your windows can be among the more expensive upgrades that the property may require. If you are wanting to make sure that your investment in residential glass is as productive as possible, you will need to be armed with basic information when it concerns residential glass. Is There An Easy Way To Test A Window For Drafts? Read More 

Living Large With A Small Bathroom

Everyone wants a spacious bathroom. Sometimes actual space isn't possible, perhaps because you live in a historical house with old-fashioned bathrooms or because you live in a condo. Whatever the reason, you need to expand the spacious feel of your bathroom within a limited amount of square footage. Plan a remodel job that lets you live large in your small bathroom. Customized Storage You need plenty of storage no matter the size of your bathroom. Read More 

You Smashed A Window To Rescue A Hot Pet – Now What?

Summer's rise in temperatures in many parts of the country can also raise the risk of pets inadvertently becoming trapped in a hot vehicle. You may be dismayed to witness a distressed pet in the front seat of a vehicle parked at the grocery store or shopping mall. In other cases, the trapped pet may be your own -- whether an excitedly jumping dog who steps on the door lock button before you can retrieve your keys or a cat who stows away unseen during your morning commute to work. Read More