Dealing With Broken Or Damaged Glass In Your Car Or Truck

Posted on: 12 March 2021

The glass used in your car or truck is specifically designed to resist impacts and damage as you drive, but it can be damaged. An auto glass repair tech should check a chip or crack in the windshield to determine if they can fix the damage or if the glass needs replacing.  Damage Inspections When you notice a crack or chip in your vehicle's windshield, it is a good idea to take your car to an auto glass repair shop and have them inspect the damage for you.
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Frameless Glass Shower Enclosures And Your Bathroom's Style

Posted on: 30 December 2020

Can glass shower enclosures change a bathroom's overall style? If you're ready to update your home's d├ęcor, take a look at what a new shower can do for your bathroom. Create a Contemporary Style Clean, sleek lines are the hallmark of a minimalist contemporary style. But if your bathroom has a heavy fabric shower curtain or decades-old frosted sliding doors, it will look less than modern. Transform your bathroom from dated to contemporary with a frameless shower enclosure.
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Frameless Shower Doors For The Modern Bathroom

Posted on: 23 October 2020

A bathroom is arguably one of the important rooms in a home and can play a role in influencing one's mood. Most people start their days by spending time in the bathroom either grooming themselves at the sink or taking a shower, or both. Similarly, some people will take a relaxing shower in the evening before going to bed. Many of the bathrooms in homes across America have been fitted with bathtubs or shower fixtures that can only be used with shower curtains or framed shower doors.
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Five Benefits Of Commercial Window Film

Posted on: 15 September 2020

Window film is much more than tinting. Depending on the specific type of film you choose, it can provide several different benefits to fit your various needs. 1. Glare Reduction One of the biggest reasons to install a tinted window film is to reduce the amount of glare inside your building. Glaring sunlight can make it hard for staff to perform, especially if the glare interferes with the use of computer screens.
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