4 Windshield Replacement Myths Debunked

Posted on: 9 July 2021

Don't put off a windshield replacement due to the following myths. A new windshield is a must, both from a safety perspective and when it comes to your car's appearance.  Myth 1: You Can Ignore Small Chips No windshield chip should ever be ignored. Small chips have a tendency to become larger over time, due to the stresses of driving as well as temperature fluctuations. While chips can sometimes be repaired, ignoring one until it becomes a large crack may end up necessitating a full windshield replacement.
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4 Things to Know About Residential Window Tinting

Posted on: 5 April 2021

Some people only think about their windows when they break and need replacing. Obviously, if you have a crack in a window or a broken window, it's important to have it taken care of immediately. On that same note, if you notice damage to the frame that holds the window, then this should be replaced. However, there is something else that you should consider doing to your windows for a number of reasons and this is putting tint on them.
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Hiring A Professional To Replace The Glass In Your Business

Posted on: 1 February 2021

If you are dealing with commercial glass, some things make it different from the glass you would use in a residential setting. Working with a commercial glass contractor is crucial to ensure that the glass is not damaged and no one is hurt during installation or removal of glass sheets.  Commercial Glass Glass is made in different ways, and even though it all looks the same, different kinds of glass can have very different properties.
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What To Do When You Have A Broken Window

Posted on: 4 December 2020

No one wants to find themselves with a broken window. Whether it was caused by a foul ball or rowdy neighborhood kids, you need to get it cleaned up quickly and fixed. Here are three things you should do when you find the broken glass and feel overwhelmed. Access The Damage The spread of glass will vary depending on the type of impact the window received. Do not step where you see glass.
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