Three Things To Consider When Replacing Your Shower Curtain With A Door

Posted on: 18 December 2019

Getting rid of your shower curtain once and for all can be a liberating experience. You won't have to experience the curtain fluttering around letting cold air in, touching you during your shower, or getting all mildewy and gross. However, before you make the leap to choose a shower door, there are a few aspects to consider and to make sure that you're getting with yours. Here's three of them.
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How To Safely Deal With Ice & Snow Removal From Your Windshield

Posted on: 8 October 2019

Winter is going to sneak up on you before you know it, and your windshield is going to be covered in ice and snow when you go outside to start it up. Your windshield is both strong and delicate at the same time. It can withstand the force of strong winds when you are driving and can keep you safe when you get into an accident. However, your windshield can also get damaged if you don't clean the ice and snow off it properly.
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Is A Windshield Repair Or Replacement The Right Way To Go?

Posted on: 14 August 2019

Any damage to the auto glass in your vehicle has the potential to obstruct your view or even cause the glass to fail. There's a big difference, though, between a few pits from road chips and a massive crack that reaches the edge of the windshield. If you're not sure whether you'll be dealing with a windshield repair or replacement project, these three tips will help you sort things out quickly.
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Tips For Businesses With Storefront Windows

Posted on: 21 June 2019

The storefront window of your building will be one of the most important pieces of glass that your business will own. Due to the fact that many current and potential customers will see these windows, every business should ensure its storefront window is giving customers the best impression possible. Consider The Lettering Having professional lettering on the storefront window can allow you to easily add your business's name and phone number to the window without blocking the view into the business.
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