Repairing Your Glass Storm Door: Which Repairs Are Worth It

Posted on: 27 July 2017

When your glass storm door is damaged, you might be wondering whether or not to repair it or replace it. There are some repairs that are worth the cost, and others that are not. Here are the glass door repairs that are worth the minor expense, and how to decide when to replace the door entirely. Chips Small chips in the glass door can be repaired with a glass chip filler.
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Your Jewelry Store Windows Burgled? How Window Repair Can Rectify It

Posted on: 15 February 2017

You put jewelry in locked display cases. You put the cases in the windows for daytime display. Your store even has the locking scissor-gates. It just was not enough to stop a very clever burglar from cutting holes in the windows and pulling loose pieces of jewelry out. Now you have windows with circles and squares cut out of them where the burglar got through. How do you fix this glass emergency?
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Looking At The Reasons Why Your Double-Paned Insulated Windows Have Condensation Inside Them

Posted on: 14 October 2016

Double-paned windows are an excellent choice for high-level energy efficiency because of their design. In addition to having two layers of glass, the space between the two glass layers is filled with gas like argon or dry air for preventing heat loss. Your view out of double-paned windows should be clear and free of condensation. However, when you do see condensation inside the two glass panes in your windows, it may be time for window replacement.
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Steps To Take When Considering A DIY Glass Window Repair

Posted on: 29 September 2016

Doing a glass window repair at home can be effective in certain situations. Here are some things to do when you're deciding whether to get your glass professionally fixed or repair it at home.  Research the Cost of the Glass If you are able to find approximate replacement cost for your glass, this will help you determine whether it's worth it to risk a home repair and potentially have the glass crack.
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