Door Hardware Standards Protect Life, Property

For door hardware to be effective at protecting life and property, its properties must be measurable. That’s where door hardware standards come into play. In this post, we’ll take a look at many of the door hardware standards that are out there, why they exist, and how they help.

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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!

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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.

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Mirror Cleaning: What’s the Best Way to Do It?

Much like traditional glass, mirrors can get dirty and need to be cleaned. So when you need to clean a mirror, what’s the best way to do it?

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The Case of Laminated Glass Cutting

The Glass Detective answers a question about cutting laminated glass. Is laminated glass more difficult to cut than tempered glass? Is there a problem with edges on laminated glass? Get the answers to these questions and more here.

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The Case of The Lexan® Replacement

The Glass Detective answers a question from across the pond from a reader concerned about replacing a polycarbonate guard on a piece of machinery.

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HGTV’s Fixer Upper Artisan, Dustin Anderson to Serve as Spokesperson of Glass.com

Glazing expert from Waco, TX now the face of the nation’s leading consumer resource for glass replacement needs. Washington, D.C. – Dustin Anderson is Chip and Joanna Gaines’ go-to guy when it comes to replacing windows, doors, shower enclosures, and all other things glass on their hit HGTV show Fixer Upper.

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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.

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The Case of the Glass Wine Cellar Door

If you are thinking about building or renovating a wine cellar, you should consider the type of door that will be used to seal the cellar shut. It will play a vital role in keeping your wine at optimal temperature. The Glass Detective explores the options in this blog. Read more.

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How Does a Mirror Work?

When you look into a mirror, you see your own image and your surroundings reflected back at you. But how many times have you tried to look at the mirror itself, and question how it works? If the answer is at least once, know you’re not alone. To figure out how a mirror works, it’s […]

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