Window Tips | Fixing a fogged up window

Glass windows are a constant victim to one of nature's acts - condensation. Fogging of windows normally results when the moisture in the air settles on the glass. That gives it a misty appearance and makes the window opaque. For double-pane windows, this is a really bad problem because the condensation may be happening between the panes. Double-paned windows are designed with a space sandwiched between two glass panels. The space may be filled with air or gas, and this is what contributes to its high insulating properties. [Read More]

Advice on choosing the best glazier for your needs

There are many glaziers to choose from but they are all not top professionals that will provide quality workmanship and service. It is worth taking the time to identify which glazier is the best fit for your needs rather than simply picking the first one that you see in the directory. Proper glazing requires precision and an eye for detail. Here are some tips on how to choose a glazier that best suits your needs [Read More]

Advantages of Glass Splashbacks over Tiles

Glass splashbacks are growing in popularity as alternatives to tile-and-grout for kitchen and bathroom surfaces. They are usually made from a different type of glass – one that's tougher and heavier than regular glass. It allows many benefits, top of which is the ease of cleaning – important for kitchen surfaces that are prone to splashing and staining. Glass splashbacks can be a modern kitchen and bathroom's best asset – you have so much choice regarding size, colour and even customization, which allows you to infuse your space with your uniqueness. [Read More]

How to Repair Very Small Chips in Your Windscreen

It is very common for both weather conditions and flying debris to result in small cracks becoming evident on your windscreen. These small cracks might look harmless, but they can worsen with time and result in larger cracks that require complete windscreen replacement. This means that you need to act fast at the first sign of windscreen damage. If you have a small crack or chip within your windscreen, it is possible to repair it on your own with the use of a glass polishing kit and a drill. [Read More]