It's a simple question and you want a simple answer: How much will it cost to replace my windshield? The answer, however, depends on more than just your cracked or chipped glass. Windshield replacement costs typically include glass, installation, the adhesive and cleaning.
You’re hosting your first dinner party in your new home. Everything is perfect; the menu, the table, the flowers. That is until you realize your guests will be drinking their wine out of the jelly jars you’ve been using. (Not that there is anything wrong with that!) You need glasses, but your dinner party budget […]
Join the Glass Detective as he takes on the case of the comparison pricing. Find out why quotes from two different glass shops on OEM glass can vary widely.
Join the Glass Detective as he takes on the case of the bedroom budget door. Find out what interior glass bedroom doors cost and what adjustments you can make to reduce costs.
Swapping from a framed shower door to a frameless shower door can be a great aesthetic upgrade for your home’s bathroom. Learn about your frameless shower glass options & cost estimates here!
At Glass.com, we strive to provide an excellent customer experience when booking your auto glass replacement job. In this post, we break down the factors that impact your final costs for your replacement compared to the initial quote you receive online.
Glass.com explores the options of repairing or replacing your door frame by giving you a better understanding of the potential issues and solutions. Before you embark on your next door frame project take a look at a few points that your local professional should consider prior to starting the project.
In order to help you get a better understanding of where the cost of your windows and doors comes from, why it may fluctuate up and down over time depending on the circumstance, and why one window may be exponentially more expensive than another, we break it down.
In some cases, you may want bullet-resistant glass on your vehicle—perhaps if you live in a high-crime area or require extra occupant security. There is no such thing as bullet-proof glass, but bullet-resistant glass is available for windshields, back glasses and side windows.