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Best Commercial Door Closers for High Winds

Great Falls. Oklahoma City. Chicago. What do these cities have in common? They’re some of the windiest cities in the United States. And while that’s wonderful for sailing or flying kites, it can be a pain when you’re trying to prevent the doors to your business from blowing open or knocking over...Continue Reading

Picture of a commercial door closer

You’ve probably come across several articles explaining how to adjust a commercial door closer, but none if any really explain how not to adjust a commercial door closer. So with this in mind here are some tips and advice on the things you should look for and avoid when taking on this task....Continue Reading

Glass Stair Railing

Glass Stair Railings and Safety

Whether you are building a new home or looking to renovate an older one, the addition of a glass stair railing can really add a touch of elegance to a home’s interior. Many people are accustomed to seeing glass stair railings in commercial buildings, but...Continue Reading

Can You Install A Windshield Yourself?

Installing A Windshield Yourself

Most of us, at one time or another, have taken on a few DIY projects here and there. And as the popularity of DIY projects has grown, so has the idea that just about anything can fall under the DIY category. So, if you come across information related to...Continue Reading

Beginner’s Guide to Glass Barn Doors

It seems like door styles change every year. As a result, there are more door options to choose from when trying to give a custom look and feel to your home. Barn doors have become a staple for homeowners looking to for that farmhouse chic look and...Continue Reading

Foggy Windows

Gazing out at the view from your double-pane windows and watching the fog roll in can bring up beautiful memories of San Francisco Bay or the streets of London. But seeing foggy windows in your home isn’t just a side effect of humid weather—it’s usually a sign that something’s not right. The...Continue Reading

Cracked Windshield Dangers

That chip in your windshield might not look like much—it may even be less than the size of a quarter. So, you may be tempted to keep driving as if nothing is wrong. But driving with a chipped or cracked windshield can be dangerous. Your windshield is much more than just a big glass window—it’s a...Continue Reading

With their sleek appearance and easy cleanup, glass stove tops are a popular choice. Compared to coil electric stoves, glass stove tops heat quickly and cook evenly – but they are not without their flaws! Due to their fragile nature, they are prone to cracking. These cracks can be very hazardous...Continue Reading

The holidays are approaching fast, which (ordinarily) means holiday dinner parties, family get-togethers and even more baking and cooking! Keeping your glass stove top clean should be part of your regular kitchen cleaning schedule.

Wiping the stove top down after cooking will reduce the...Continue Reading

Visibility is a must when cruising down the highway. Unfortunately, condensation can fog up your windshield in an instant. And if you're not careful, you may find yourself struggling to stay in your lane. Is there any way to avoid this dangerous scenario? Yes! A heated windshield and wipers may...Continue Reading