If you've ever wondered whether or not you should wash your car in direct sunlight, then look no further, as we share expert insights on both options. Find out why most pros choose not to wash vehicles in direct sunlight and how you can make washing your car in direct sunlight easier if you need to do it.
Mirror glass creates a unique visual aesthetic, and for a completely different look, colored mirrors can bring even more style to enhance your living space. Learn more about mirror glass, how it's made, and color options from antique to bright pops of red and pink.
You may have seen it in the news recently—instances of someone getting stuck in their vehicle after an accident because the car was equipped with laminated side windows. Learn about the pros and cons of laminated and tempered glass when used in side windows.
Is it time to replace all the windows and doors in your house? From home equity loans to credit cards, learn 7 ways you can finance your new window or door installation.
Your vehicle identification number, or VIN, is an important tool that auto glass shops use when replacing windshields, side windows, and more. Find out how to locate it.
The winter season doesn't mean you shouldn't keep your vehicle' glass clean. Look to this blog to learn the do's and don'ts of washing your vehicle in cold weather.
There is something very special about the presence of an old window and the character it adds to a home. Learn about the pros & cons of restoring vs. replacing old and historic windows.
If you’re thinking about adding window tint to your vehicle windows it’s important to know what’s legal in your state, as window tinting laws vary by state. Reputable tint shops will inform you that you can’t tint your windows past a certain level while others may perform illegal tints anyway. Learn more about window tinting here options & limitations here.
Join the Glass Detective as he takes on the Case of Mending the Metalized Windshield. Find out more about metalized, or athermic, windshields and whether or not they can be repaired.
In just six months, Glass.com has increased its coverage area by approximately 5,000 new zip codes. Much of the growth was in the Northeast, Midwest, and Northwest. Find out more about the expansion in coverage here.