Troubleshooting Your Sliding Glass Door

Posted on: 26 December 2017

Many homeowners invest in sliding glass doors leading from their home to a backyard or patio. These doors allow you to maintain an unobstructed view of your home's landscape while still protecting your home from the elements. Although sliding glass doors can be beneficial, they can also become a source of stress when not properly maintained. Here are three tips that you can use to troubleshoot your sliding glass door when it malfunctions in the future. [Read More]

Transforming Your Glazier Experience Into A Healthy Small Business Venture

Posted on: 14 November 2017

You've paid your dues with years of apprenticeship training and experience working as a glazier. Installing glass in commercial and residential buildings is something you can do skillfully and safely. And the prospects for future work look good. The U.S. Department of Labor's occupational outlook is for employment in this construction specialty to grow significantly faster than other occupations over the projection period up to 2026. This optimistic outlook could be the inspiration you need to push your career to the next level by setting up your own glass installation and replacement business. [Read More]

A Few Things To Consider When Your Windshield Is Damaged

Posted on: 14 April 2017

Depending on where you live, having a chip or crack in the windshield of your car can lead to a traffic citation. If you are in an accident, you may be found to be at fault because the flaw made it hard for you to see what was going on in front of you. It is important that you take care of even a small chip or crack in the windshield as soon as possible after it occurs. [Read More]

Routinely Asked Questions About Frameless Shower Doors

Posted on: 12 January 2017

There are many options that you can choose when you are evaluating new showers for your home. For those that are wanting a practical and elegant option for the bathroom, frameless shower doors can be an ideal solution.   Do Frameless Shower Doors Leak More Than Traditional Shower Doors? Unfortunately, homeowners can avoid considering frameless shower doors due to concerns that this option will be more prone to developing leaks. However, this is not the case as these shower enclosures are designed so that they will be far less likely to leak. [Read More]