Entries by Scott

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Cutting Laminated Glass | The Safe Way to Cut Laminated Glass

Cutting laminated glass can be a little bit tricky compared to a single layer of glass. The video below demonstrates the safe method for cutting laminated glass. Laminated safety glass is similar to the glass used for automotive windshields. It is essentially two layers of standard glass with a layer of plastic film sandwiched in […]

Interior Design | Utilizing Glass to Accentuate Your Interior Design Project

Incorporating glass into your interior design projects opens the door to limitless possibilities. This is true for both commercial office space and home interior design projects. Architects and interior designers consider glass to be the ideal material to use for decorating internal spaces. Glass can be utilized to transform an otherwise isolated space, to open […]

Glass Deck Railings the Perfect Unobstructed View

Installing glass deck railings on your lake home or mountain cabin is a great way to enjoy an unobstructed scenic view. After all, you paid a healthy sum for that lake view or mountain retreat. You might as well enjoy it to the fullest extent. But before you trade in your wooden spokes for new […]

Triple Pane Windows vs Double Pane Windows Which is Better?

Are you having trouble deciding between triple pane windows and double pane windows for your home renovation project? Are you wondering if the additional expense of triple pane windows is worth it? Will there be a payback, and if so how long will it take to recover the additional cost of installing triple pane windows? […]

Egress Windows What are the Dimensional Requirements

Properly sized egress windows are an important design consideration for any home renovation project or the construction of a new home. If your home is relatively new, the egress windows more than likely already meet the design criteria. However, if you are remodeling an older home, chances are the original windows are smaller than the […]

Residential Energy Tax Credit How to Receive Your 2016 Credit

If you have installed new energy efficient windows in your home in 2016, you may be eligible for the Residential Energy Tax Credit. If you are like myself and most Americans, you have more than likely procrastinated on completing your 2016 return. The good news is you can now use the information found in this […]

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Safely Handle Glass | Safety Tips for Contractors and Homeowners

As an experienced window repair contractor, you more than likely already understand how to safely handle glass. The concern I have is how do you share your knowledge and experience with new employees. The tips below can help members of your team get a better understanding of how to safely handle glass, and perhaps they […]