Shower Door Glass Options

Tips For Cleaning Up Broken Glass

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If you accidentally drop a glass or your child puts a baseball through your window, chances are good that you’re going to have to deal with shards of sharp glass. This can be extremely problematic, especially if you have young children. Here are some tips for cleaning up broken glass as quickly as possible and making sure that you are able to return that area to its previous level of safety. Read More»

Materials For Creating A Japanese-Style Bath

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The Japanese-style bathroom is the ultimate in contemporary design. Such a room features the clean lines and clear geometry characteristic of modern design. However, the Japanese bathroom blends this modern aesthetic with natural tranquility. Create a serene bathroom with Japanese style. Glass Walls Japanese-style bathrooms feature an open floor plan. The eye should be able to skim around the whole scene. However, you still want to delineate certain areas. Achieve this effect by topping half-walls with glass or even having full glass walls installed. Read More»

Pivot Vs. Side Mount Hinge Shower Doors

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Shower doors offer more options than they did in previous years and it is because of this that you need to spend a bit more time deciding on what type of installation you want. There are advantages and disadvantages to each that you should know before making your final decision. Here are the pros and cons of some of the most popular installations available.  Pivot Shower Doors  Pivot shower doors have pivots at the bottom and top of the door that supports their weight while opening and closing. Read More»

How To Repair Loose Glass Panes

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The glass in a window pane can become dislodged over time. This is often just a result of daily usage and not necessarily a result of faulty construction. Usually, it is caused because the caulk around the pane deteriorates. It can also be caused by a window being slammed too hard and too often. This article will explain how to repair loose window panes. Remove the Old Caulk The first thing you need to do is remove all the old caulk. Read More»

Is Your Windshield Hazy? 3 Surprising Things That Are Messing With Your Visibility

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Your windshield is all that you have between your eyes and the road. And if it’s opaque, foggy or otherwise compromised, you won’t be able to see. You will essentially be putting your vehicle and your life in danger if you do not address your windshield problems. You need a clean and clear windshield in order to operate your vehicle safely. While some windshield problems can be cleaned away, others require a windshield replacement. Read More»