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DID YOU KNOW: Your Windshield is a Safety Feature

Windshields do more than keep the bugs and elements at bay. Your windshield is actually one of the biggest safety features your vehicle has.According to the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA), approximately 5 million Americans are injured and...

Improve Your Home with Glass Patio Doors

Who doesn’t want more natural light in their home? Installing glass patio doors is one way to get it. Glass patio doors also provide another, wider, entry to your home, open your living area to the outdoors, and make spaces seem larger.Northern Florida and...

A Year to Home Improvement: May through August

When you tackle just one project a month, making improvements to your home is less of a chore and you’re more likely to accomplish everything you want to get done. Here’s a list of a few projects you can do to improve your home this spring and summer.May:...

Headlight Restoration: Should you DIY?

Perform an internet search for cloudy headlights and you’ll find thousands of tips on how to fix them yourself using everything from toothpaste and vinegar to insect repellent and sandpaper. Depending on the extent of your headlight cloudiness, some of these...

Get Your Shower Cleaning On Track

Cleaning the bathroom is always such a hassle. One of the most overlooked spots in the bathroom is the shower door track, which can collect dirt, hair and calcium deposits. The moisture the track collects also causes mold and mildew to grow. But you can stop all this...

Free Windshield Replacement – It’s the Law

Driving requires us to be at our most attentive, even when our car is in mint condition. Add cracks or chips to a windshield and you have a potentially dangerous situation, which can go from bad to worse as bumpy roads or drastic changes in temperature can cause the...

What’s Low-E Glass and Why Do You Need It?

When heat or light energy is absorbed by glass, it’s either dispersed by moving air or reradiated by the surface of the glass because of its emissive properties. Low-E glass has a microscopically thin, transparent coating that reduces the emissivity of the glass...