Balancing Past And Present--5 Ways To Repair Historical Windows

Posted on: 24 August 2017

Owning a historical home means embracing and appreciating the antique features that make it special. But while you may love those aspects, they can also bring challenges for homeowners trying to live in the house while preserving its history. Aging windows is one common area where this difficulty can rear its ugly head. If you face the problem of antique windows and are trying to decide what to do, here's a quick guide to your options.
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Chipped Windshield—Now What? A Practical Guide for Drivers

Posted on: 18 April 2017

At some time in their lives, almost all drivers have to deal with a chipped or cracked windshield. Perhaps a rock flies up and hits your windshield, causing the trauma, or perhaps the breakage occurs during a collision. Even though damaged windshields are common, you're still sure to be a bit alarmed when this happens to you. Here are the answers to the questions you're most likely to have in the aftermath.
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3 Ways to Save Money When Repairing a Broken Window

Posted on: 9 January 2017

If you have a broken window in your home, you might be dreading the cost of making the repair. However, you should know that replacing your broken window might not be as expensive as you think. These are a few ways that you can save money when repairing a broken window. 1. Consider Just Replacing the Pane One mistake that some homeowners make when dealing with a broken window is assuming that they have to replace it completely.
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Two Tips To Keep The Crack In Your Windshield From Spreading

Posted on: 10 October 2016

If you have a crack in your car's windshield, you may find yourself in a bit of quandary. While you likely want to get it repaired, you may not have the money right now. If you're in this situation, the best thing to do is practice a few preventative techniques in order to keep the crack from spreading. The last thing you want to deal with is shattered windshield pieces falling over you while you're driving down the street.
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