Guarding Your Windshield Against Rocks And Debris

Windshield glass is a big investment, especially if you own a large or luxury vehicle, so you probably want to make sure it doesn't need replacing. If you live or work in an area where there is a higher chance of rocks flying around, such as a construction site or farm, then you'll probably want to make sure you're protected against an occasional hit from a stone at high speed. Fortunately, there are several extra ways to protect your windshield from being destroyed by flying rocks. [Read More]

What To Do When Your Car's Windshield Gets Damaged By Hail

Since your car's windshield is your first line of defense against the elements, it is imperative that you repair it when you notice any signs of damage. Whether you have lived in a state that is prone to hail all your life or you are a newcomer, you are most likely aware of what can happen when solid precipitation suddenly comes flying out of the sky toward your windshield. Here are some tips for dealing with windshield damage caused by hail. [Read More]

2 Ways To Make Glass Shower Doors More Private

Having glass doors on your shower can help your bathroom look more modern and elegant. Unfortunately, clear glass shower doors don't provide much privacy when your shower is in use. If you like the light and open feel of glass doors, but you want to up the privacy factor, here are two simple things you can do to add a little more privacy to your glass shower enclosure in the future. [Read More]

Protecting Your Windshield From Cold Weather

Whenever your car has to withstand temperature changes, such as extremely cold weather, it's important that you think about how to protect your auto glass. Cold weather can cause a temperature gradient to form on the windshield, with cold temperatures on the outside and warm temperatures within; this may lead your windshield to be vulnerable to breakage. Here's what you can do to prevent a windshield emergency.   Defrost Carefully [Read More]