One of the areas where homeowners often cut back during recessions is home improvement expenses, and a new study from the National Center for Healthy Housing (NCHH) shows that these cutbacks are having a significant effect on the quality of life in many metro areas.
One of the keys to ensuring that you have adequate security for your home is to maintain and reinforce your new glass windows.
Pretty soon, it’s going to start raining in Idaho and Utah, which means drivers are going to have to deal with more dangerous road conditions and the possibility of accidents.
Anyone who has ever had to get in a car that spent some time sitting in the sun knows the unpleasant feeling of riding in a scorching hot cabin and having to blast the air conditioning just to make it bearable.
If you spend a lot of time commuting, or if you frequently go on road trips with family, you should take precautions to protect yourself and them from UV exposure.
Your windshield wiper blades are important components of your car, and selecting the right blades is essential to preserving your replacement auto glass.
Tinted windows provide a number of benefits to drivers and passengers, including privacy, UV protection and heat reduction.
Auto Glass Week, a three-day convention that brings together hundreds of companies in the auto glass industry, got off to a good start yesterday with a panel discussion on safety and quality issues that affect the auto glass window repair field.
If the windshield of your automobile has recently suffered damage from an errant rock or other object kicked up by a truck in front of you, you’re likely considering auto glass window replacement solutions and how to proceed with fixing the problem.
Auto Glass Week, a 3-day conference and celebration of the auto glass industry, begins today at the Tampa Convention Center in Tampa, Florida, and lasts through September 20.