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  • Why You Should Not Ignore Windshield Damages

    Did you know that driving around with a cracked windshield is dangerous? Many drivers assert that their windshield damage is not serious without ever getting a professional to inspect it. This can lead to them driving for months or longer with windshield damage they think is not serious. Sadly, many damaged windshields could be repaired if the repair is sought before the damage worsens. Delayed repairs can cause fixable cracks to spread, and the decision can also create unique problems that make a repair difficult or impossible.
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  • 5 Main Component Of High Impact Windows

    There are many different designs of high-impact windows, available in different styles and price points. They all share some basic features in common and must undergo impact tests for safety. The more you know about the main components, the easier it will be to compare the different windows.  1. Panes All impact windows consist of more than a single pane of glass. At a bare minimum, there are two panes plus an inner core.
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  • 4 Windshield Replacement Myths Debunked

    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

    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

    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

    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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  • Features to Include in Your Commercial Glass Door Installation

    If you're getting ready to replace the glass doors in your store, you will want to use hardware and material for the doors that work best for your business. You want to ensure your new glass doors stand up to crime as well as bad weather throughout the year. Consider adding the features below to your commercial glass doors. Panic Exit Equipment and Hardware Keeping your employees and customers safe is one of the most important steps you can take today.
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  • Chip Repair Technique For Tinted Windows

    Any chip or small crack on a car window requires immediate repair; otherwise the damage can grow until the only option is to replace the entire windshield. It's even more important to act quickly if you have tinted windows, though, since moisture can seep beneath the tint where the damage has occurred, eventually causing the entire tinted surface to bubble or peel away. Fortunately, repair is often possible using the following strategies.
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  • Choose Commercial Window Film In The Front Of Your Business Facility

    Are you opening a brand new business? Maybe you have been at the present location for awhile, but you are wanting to give the front of your business facility a new look. Either way, you might already have a plan. On the other hand, maybe you are still looking for ideas on how to add interest to the front of your place of business. If that's true, you've come to the right place.
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  • What To Expect From Windshield Repair Service

    Falling hail and road debris are a couple of common causes of windshield damage. The good news is that many chips and cracks in your windshield can be repaired by an experienced auto glass professional. This can save you the time, hassle, and cost of total windshield replacement. If you've just discovered a chip or crack in your windshield glass, you may be wondering what to expect from the repair process.
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