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Ellen Rogers



Ellen Rogers has been involved with the glass industry for nearly 20 years and is the editor of USGlass Magazine and Architects’ Guide to Glass magazine. Ellen received a degree from Peace College where she studied journalism.

Ellen enjoys running and competes regularly in races including half and full marathons. When not on the go, Ellen enjoys reading, wine tasting, true crime shows, and family game nights with her husband and son. Their favorite game is Clue. Ellen also bakes what is known locally as “World Famous Oatmeal Cookies.”

Posts by Ellen Rogers

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 […]

Summer Heat Safety Tips for Your Vehicle

May 30, 2017

Summer is almost here and while this brings time spent enjoying outdoor activities, it also means increasingly high temperatures. As the days get hotter, it’s important to be aware of the dangers that can result from hot vehicles—particularly to children. According to vehicular heat stroke is largely misunderstood by the general public. The majority […]

How To Install Auto Glass: One- vs. Two-Person Installation

May 8, 2017

How many workers does it take to install a new windshield? It’s a question that most auto glass technicians must consider. It also brings up some points that you may want to question windshield replacement shops on before committing to replacement. Which is better: the labor-intensive, two-man installation or technology-driven machinery? The pros and cons of […]

How to Install a Glass Whiteboard

April 25, 2017

Opportunities to add new products and services are all around—you just have to know where to look. And for small fabricators one area that offers a lot of potential is in magnetic glass markerboards. By offering these products, your company can help businesses in your area add a unique aesthetic to their office interiors, while […]

Repairing and Replacing Sunroofs and Sliders

March 20, 2017

For many drivers, sunroofs are the next best thing to a convertible. They allow you to enjoy a beautiful day, streaming fresh air and sunlight into the vehicle. But just like any other piece of glass, they can also break. What do you do when this happens? Here are a few tips from some industry experts.

A Day in the Life of a Windshield Repair Tech

March 6, 2017

If you're wondering what life is like as a mobile auto glass technician, sit back, buckle up and join us as we hit the road with John McAuley, owner of a SuperGlass Windshield Repair franchise in St. Petersburg, Fla.

Motorhome and RV Windshield Replacement

December 20, 2016

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.

Where and How is Auto Glass Made?

November 19, 2016

Auto glass is produced all around the world by many different companies. In fact, several different companies in North America are working every day to produce safe auto glass for your vehicles.