Moisture on your door or window glass might seem concerning, but it's not necessarily a bad thing. Sometimes the case for foggy windows and doors is one that’s easy to prevent.
Join the Glass Detective as he takes on The Case of the Partition Performance. Learn about glass partition measurement requirements, industry standards for glass thickness, and more.
The Glass Detective takes on the case of the Bookcase Glass and delves into whether truly tempered glass can be cut. Read on to learn more.
Follow the Glass Detective as he takes on The Case of Hurricane Glass vs. Home Intruders. Are laminated hurricane glass windows burglar-resistant too? FInd out more here.
Upgrading your home’s windows is a smart investment. How much will new windows cost? There are many considerations in determining the final cost. Find out more.
If you're in need of new windows or doors for your home, you're in the right place. We have hundreds of helpful articles that can help guide you and a quick and easy quote request process to help you find the best window and door provider at the right price.
Do you replace windows or doors on residential or commercial buildings? If so, you’ll want to receive highly qualified window and/or door leads from customers in your service area who are seeking replacement windows or doors. Grow your business with Glass.com!
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.
One of the biggest trends in home design in recent years is the concept of seamless indoor-outdoor living. Learn about BiFold doors a as well as other types of patio & sliding doors. Learn more.
Green building seeks to achieve many goals, including energy efficiency, protecting occupant well-being, and reducing impact on the environment. Believe it or not, windows and doors can help with all three. Find out how you can be “green” when selecting your next replacement windows.