3 Unique Tips For Spotless Window Cleaning

Keeping your home's windows clean can be tedious. In some cases, store bought cleaners simply do not get the job done effectively. Additionally, these cleaners may leave behind unpleasant odors and contain strong chemicals like ammonia. If you want to try out something new, read on to learn three unique tips for spotless window cleaning. One: Use White Vinegar And Hot Water Vinegar is an ideal natural cleaner for many different reasons. Read More 

What To Do If A Bird Goes Through Your Windshield

Think it can't happen? One motorist in Massachusetts had to deal with a turkey demolishing his windshield, while one in the Netherlands was not only left with a gaping hole in the glass, but was bitten by the goose that did the damage. Turkeys and geese may be larger than seagulls and crows, but all birds can be dangerous projectiles when they collide with a car and can easily shatter windshield glass. Read More 

How To Replaced Foggy Or Cracked Double Pane Insulating Window Glass

If you have a cracked or foggy double insulated glass window panes, you don't have to replace the whole window. Insulating glass is two glass panes that have an air pocket between them to serve as insulation for your home, so it is important that you replace the panes right away to keep energy costs low. Here are some tips to replace double insulated window panes.   Prepare to Work Read More 

Ways You Can Protect Your Cracked Windshield From Further Damage

Once you get that first little chip on your windshield, your vehicle is at risk for more glass damage. Spiderweb cracks, growing chips, and compromised windshield protection are all things you need to worry about as you drive around. The best way to take care of a damaged windshield is to take your car to an auto glass repair technician, but if it will be a few days or weeks before you can have your windshield addressed, you want to keep your car protected so you don't incur further cracks and chips. Read More 

3 Reasons To Ditch Your Blinds And Have Your Windows Tinted Instead

If you are like most homeowners, you may have blinds on all of your windows to provide privacy and protection from the sun. However, there is one option that you might not have thought about -- taking down your blinds and having your windows tinted instead. These are a few reasons to consider making the switch by calling a residential window tinting company and have tint installed so that you can take your blinds down for good. Read More