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Keeping Glass in Top Condition: A Guide


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Keeping Glass in Top Condition: A Guide

Hello! My name is Vince. Last year, I learnt a very important lesson - if you do not look after the glass in your home, it will not look after you. You see, I hadn't really inspected, cleaned or carried out any maintenance work on the glass windows and doors in my home. One day, during a storm, the glass in one of my windows shattered. I didn't know what to do. When I called in a glass contractor, he said that the glass had failed due to a hairline crack. He replaced the other pieces of glass in my home and gave me some advice about glass care.

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Buying a House? Replace the Windows to Increase Security and Make Energy Savings

When buying a new house, homeowners are always occupied with aspects of the home such as the overall design, floor plan, furniture and fixtures, and the colours. However, it is also important to consider the windows and their effect on energy consumption. Replacing some or most of the windows can be a great way of giving the property a fresh look while maximising energy savings. The following are some of the factors that should help you determine whether to replace existing windows before moving into the new house. Read More