Fire-rated doors are integral to a building's integrity and the lives of those inside when catastrophe occurs. In this blog, the Glass Detective explores the part glass plays in these pivotal pieces.
Follow the Glass Detective as he takes on the case of the Commercial Entry Doors. In this case, the Glass Detective digs up the dirt on building code law surrounding commercial entry doors and the types of glass that can be used in them. Find out more here!
You’re traveling down the road when bam. A rock hits your windshield and the next thing you know there’s a crack streaking across your vehicle’s windshield. What should you do? Learn more here!
Are you crazed this last week before Christmas trying to get all shopping done, cookies baked and cards mailed? Need some last-minute gift advice? We've got some glassy gift ideas for everyone on your list! See more here.
For as long as you can remember, you've dreamed of spending retirement on the open road behind the wheel of your very own RV. And now, those days are here! Nothing could be finer ... until a rock or some other form of debris lands itself in the middle of your windshield—leaving unsightly damage. What do you do? Here's what you need to know about getting the damage fixed so you can get back on the road.
When a chip or crack occurs in a windshield, consumers are faced with the decision between repairing or replacing that piece of glass. Both options have their advantages and disadvantages – so which one is the right choice for you? Learn more!
The glass shop contacts you to ask if you want the replacement done at your home or office, or if you had planned to bring it to their shop. Which option is best? Join us as we take a quick look at the differences between windshield replacements done mobile vs. replacements done at the auto glass shop.
You might think: “Windshields are made of glass, so I’ll never need to worry about rust, right?” Well, this isn’t entirely true. Rust is a common problem on vehicles. Find out how rust can impact a windshield you want to replace.
When you're looking to repair or replace your auto glass, you want to be sure you're choosing a service provider who meets or exceeds industry standards, just like you would with any other good or service you might buy. So who regulates auto glass?
Your windshield is designed to protect you in the case of a crash. Given its importance to your safety, who is qualified to cut this glass for your car? Find out more about how your vehicle’s glass is created.