Top Benefits Of Having Your Home Windows Tinted
12 October 2015
To help you make a decision on whether you should have your home windows tinted, you are going to want to check out the following benefits. This way, you will be able to decide if the cost and effort it takes would be worth it to you and your family.
Better Protection For Curtains, Carpets, And Furniture
Not many people realize just how much damage is being caused to their personal belongings, carpeting, and rugs when they have the sun shining into their home.
Protect Yourself From The Sun While Driving
9 October 2015
No matter where you go, the sun is close by – it's everywhere. Some people only consider the impact of the sun on their skin when outside exercising, gardening or enjoying a day at the beach. However, the sun's UV rays can also be an area of concern when you're driving in your car.
The Trouble With Sun Exposure
Increased Cancer Risk
Particularly if you drive for long periods of time during the day, you are placing yourself at an increased risk for the development of skin cancer.
Three Options For Scratched Glass Restoration After Graffiti
7 October 2015
As a business owner, it's a nasty shock to discover that someone has vandalized your building by scribbling graffiti on your windows. When you get over the shock, you have several options for removing scratches and etching and restoring your windows to their pristine condition. Here are three options to consider while planning the restoration.
Special buffing machines can polish away the surface of the glass until it's even with the bottom of the scratches so that the scratches no longer show up.
Removing And Replacing A Cracked Pane Of Glass
6 October 2015
If you have a window in your home's door that has a crack going through the pane, you will want to remove and replace it with a new piece of glass right away so it does not shatter and injure someone when they close the door. Replacing a glass pane is not that difficult to do on your own with the correct tools. Here are some guidelines to follow when removing and replacing a broken window on your own