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Your Guide to Sliding Glass Doors

September 8, 2017

  Sliding glass doors are a great way to open up your home to the outside while giving up as little floor space as possible. Are you considering adding a sliding glass door system to your home instead of a traditional swinging French door? Here’s everything you need to know but it might also help […]

Don’t Fall Victim to Windshield Repair Scams

September 7, 2017

It seems like scams are everywhere nowadays, especially on the internet. You probably think you’d be able to tell if someone was trying to scam you, but some scammers are pretty well practiced. They’re not always after your money directly. Some target your money indirectly by targeting your auto insurance provider through windshield repair scams, […]

Why More People Are Choosing to Buy Glass Online

August 25, 2017

If you’ve ever wanted to buy glass, doors or windows online while also reducing your human interactions as much as possible, you’re not alone. A growing number of Americans simply don’t want to talk to salespeople of any kind on the phone or in person. A new survey shows that many potential customers will refuse […]

How to Choose the Best Patio Door

August 24, 2017

From sliding doors to French doors, there are hundreds of options when it comes to selecting a new patio door. Fortunately, having so many choices means you have the ability to find just the right door to match not only your home’s unique aesthetic, but also your budget. First, however, you have to determine which […]

European Windows vs. American Windows

August 16, 2017

Believe it or not, similar to fashion, Europe has long set trends for residential windows in the United States. If you’re in the market for new or replacement windows and want the latest and greatest, you may want to take a look at what window dealers in Europe are currently installing.

Glass.com Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)

August 15, 2017

If you’re looking for glass, you’ve come to the right place! Glass.com is the leading resource for anything and everything glass-related. What is Glass.com? Glass.com is a portal about all things glass including auto, residential, and architectural glass as well as related glass products such as tabletops, shower doors, mirrors, windows, window film, and more. […]

Replacing Your Entry Door: Which Material Should You Choose?

August 11, 2017

For many consumers, it’s tough to beat the beauty and character that a real wooden front door can bring to a home’s curb appeal. Some of the most common species used include mahogany, oak, walnut or cherry, all of which can be painted or stained a variety of colors and finishes. But there are other […]

Weathering the Storm: How Impact Windows Protect You and Your Home

August 10, 2017

  When a severe weather event hits your area, nothing is more important than your safety and the safety your loved ones. And equipping your home with the tools it needs to help withstand a storm will not only help protect you. It can protect your most prized investment—your home—as well as the property inside […]

Glass for Commercial Vehicles, Buses and RVs

August 10, 2017

  There’s a lot of love for personal automobile and passenger car glass around here at Glass.com and elsewhere on the Web. But what about large-format windshields and glass for commercial vehicles such as buses and RVs? Well, we’ve got that covered, too. Here are some key factors that make working with (and purchasing) large […]

The Top 4 Myths About Sliding Patio Doors

August 9, 2017

Myths About Sliding Doors I can recall the sliding door in my grandparent’s home quite vividly- It was big, heavy, and got stuck in the track when trying to slide it open or closed. The lock had to be jiggled just right to set. And the frame itself was big, blocky and ugly, with hazy […]

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