Vandalized Auto Glass: 4 Tips For Getting Through The First Couple Of Hours

The easiest way for a theft to gain access to a locked car is by smashing the window. When you go to your vehicle and see the damage, it can be very shocking and upsetting to see the shattered glass and broken windows. When damage like this has occurred, it's important to get auto glass replacement done as soon as possible. By using the following four tips, you can ensure that the replacement goes smoothly and everything is properly reported to both law enforcement and insurance companies. Read More 

3 Common Problems Of Old Wavy Glass Windows

If you are purchasing an older home with wavy glass windows, there are a few important things you'll need to know. Old windows have problems associated with the construction of the glass and framing. The glass started out as a huge bubble and was flattened and cut to size when cooled. Due to the construction, the glass is uneven and distorted, which makes it wavy. The waviness of the old glass is what gives old windows charm. Read More 

Transforming Your Property With Windows

One beautiful way to add value and comfort to your home is to add windows. Windows help bring in the sunshine and let the outside and the inside come together. Here are some ways to use new windows to make your house the home of your dreams.  Bay Window A bay window is a wonderful touch that adds a unique detail to the outside of your home. On the inside, a bay window can add seating, light for plants or create a space for storage. Read More 

5 Windshield & Auto Glass Problems You Need To Know About

Most people have experienced chips and cracks in their windshields. They can be annoying, but they can also be dangerous. But, there are 5 other potentially dangerous windshield problems that you need to be aware of. Here's what you need to know so you can avoid getting injured in a car accident. Windshields Support Roofs Windshields provide support to the roofs of cars. If a windshield has a flaw or is improperly sealed, the windshield will not be able to provide the roof with the support it needs in a rollover accident. Read More