Daniel Snow

Daniel Snow

Avatar

Author Bio

Daniel Snow serves as the operations manager for Glass.com and is also a contributing editor. He earned a Bachelor’s Degree in Business Management from George Mason University and has a background in the real estate industry. After high school, Daniel even worked at a family-owned glass shop for a short period of time and is an Auto Glass Safety Council certified installer.

In his free time, Daniel enjoys being outdoors, especially around the water where he can be found surfing, fishing, and boating. He has a passion for bringing old vehicles back to life and loves working with his hands to restore cars, boats, and motorcycles.

Posts by Daniel Snow


Can Low-E Glass Be Laminated?

With low-e glass, you can reduce the amount of harmful ultraviolet light entering your home, improve energy efficiency efforts, save on annual heating and cooling costs and create a more comfortable indoor environment for you and your family. While low-e glass has many benefits, does it mean that you can’t add any other features or upgrades to your window’s glass, like lamination? Let’s find out.

Read More...

How Long Do New Replacement Windows Last?

When choosing new replacement windows for your home, remember that the materials, overall construction quality and environmental condition of your product will determine how useful and efficient they are as well as how long they’ll last. Find out more here.

Read More...

What Is Low-E Glass?

Not all windows and glass products are created equal, but by understanding how heat and light interact with different materials, and with the latest technologies available today, glass manufacturers have been able to develop better and more efficient windows for your home. Learn all about Low-E window glass here.

Read More...

How Much Does Home Window Replacement Cost?

Whether you’re replacing your home’s windows because the glass is broken or cracked, the frames are warped or damaged, or they just don’t look attractive anymore, you should remember to conduct thorough research. You need to determine which type of windows work best for your daily needs and expectations, complement your home’s existing architecture and, most importantly, fit within your budget.

Read More...

Tips for Matching Your Windows and Doors

Windows and doors are not only practical solutions for protecting your home, allowing easy entry and letting useful and practical natural lighting flood your space, but they’re also crucial elements of your home’s design aesthetic and help to establish individuality. Find out more here.

Read More...

Desilvering 101: What Causes Dark Edges Around Mirrors?

Are there dark spots along the edges or corners of your mirror? This is caused by something called de-silvering. Learn about the history of desilvering, how to fix it, and how to prevent it.

Read More...

What is the Best Way to Detail Auto Glass?

Properly detailed auto glass not only gives your car a beautiful, finished appearance to match the freshly waxed paint job and shined tires, it also ensures the safety of you as the driver, your passengers, and other people on the road. Check out these 4 steps for detailing your auto glass.

Read More...

Glass.com Visits Chihuly Garden and Glass

Glass.com takes a trip to the Chihuley Garden and Glass to experience some of the best art that the city of Seattle has to offer! Check out photos of Dale Chihuly glass works and the Space Needle from the trip!

Read More...

What is a Transom Window?

Upgrade your home’s style with the addition or replacement of a transom window to give it a unique look and let in more natural light. Find out more about what transom windows are, how they came to be, and how they can benefit your home.

Read More...

How Volcanoes Form Glass

Volcanoes have gotten a reputation of being destructive, but did you know that they are also constructive too? Find out what the lava leaves behind when it meets the water and how glass plays a role in the rocks formed by volcanoes.

Read More...