Replacing Glass In A Sliding Shower Door


If you have a sliding glass shower door in your bathroom, and your glass has a crack within the pane, you will want to work quickly in having it replaced so no one becomes injured while showering. Replacing is better than repairing a cracked shower pane as the impact of water upon the affected area can cause it to shatter, even after a repair has been attempted. Most people would replace the entire door, but if you have an older model where it is difficult to get an entire door replacement, you may need to keep the enclosure and replace the glass portion yourself.

28 August 2015

3 Types Of Cracks That Your Home Windows May Suffer And How To Avoid Them


Glass windows, especially those in older houses, can develop cracks over time. Believe it or not, this is a common occurrence. Unfortunately, these cracks can't always be prevented, but you can educate yourself on why the cracks occur so that you can possibly avoid those particular situations when possible. Read on to learn more about various types of cracks your window may suffer, why they happen and how you can attempt to prevent them.

14 July 2015

Replacing A Small Window Pane Yourself


If you have a window consisting of several small panes of glass, and you accidentally break a pane, it can be repaired rather easily with a few household tools and some time. If the wood around the pane is broken in addition to the glass, call a glass repair company (such as City Window & Glass repair) to fix the damage. A cracked or shattered glass pane without wood damage is easier and you can repair it with the following instructions to guide you.

11 May 2015

Do You Need Energy-Efficient Windows In Your Home?


The windows in your house provide protection from the elements while allowing you to have natural sunlight and a view of the outdoors. You may have heard of energy-efficient windows, but you may be unsure about whether they would be beneficial for you and your home. Here are some reasons to consider them. Saving on Cooling and Heating Bills  Energy-efficient windows are much more effective at keeping the temperature consistent in your home.

7 May 2015