Tuesday, September 22, 2015
As an Indianapolis business owner, if the windows in your company building no longer serve their primary purpose of providing a shield against the elements, saving on energy bills and enhancing the overall façade of the office, then it’s definitely time to call for a replacement. However, to ensure that you get your money’s worth and there is no confusion, it is imperative that you understand what replacement windows fully entail. Having a clear understanding of these important facts will help you arrive at an informed conclusion regarding windows, and whether or not they need replacing. 1. First of all, when you call for your windows to be replaced, it doesn’t always mean that the contractors are actually going to change the windows entirely. Most times, it simply means replacing major components or moving parts, like the hinges and the glass.
Sunday, September 20, 2015
As the summer gradually draws to a close, it is that time of the year again to have your windows checked for subtle signs of damage due to erratic weather conditions, or just the usual wear and tear. In Indianapolis, window glass repair is something that must be dealt with immediately since the city ranks among the top ten populous metro cities with the most unpredictable weather patterns. Extreme temperatures can significantly affect the integrity of the glass and surrounding frames and may be a leading cause of damage to windows. Due to the extreme heat & cold in the area, it is a good idea to check the caulking around the frames of the windows. Recaulking around the window frames will insure an air-tight fit.
Friday, September 18, 2015
When it comes to modern bathroom designs, it is not uncommon to see shower spaces covered by clear glass enclosures, especially if the bathroom is quite small. The clear glass will allow you to see your beautiful tile walls, as well as make the room seem larger. The layout of the bathroom or the style of your home may determine the type of glass for your shower enclosure. If you have a stand-alone, walk-in shower, glass doors will prevent excess splashing, as well as, complement the overall bathroom décor. If you have a shower-and-tub combination, consider using a sliding shower door for ease of entry and to conserve on space.
Thursday, September 17, 2015
Mirrors have been around for quite some time now, but they weren’t always made of glass. The first ones were pretty rudimentary, made from polished bronze and silver. Today, glass mirrors rule the market because they offer crystal clear reflectivity other surfaces can’t match. If you thought the only reason to have mirrors in your home was to check yourself over before stepping out, think again. Mirrors, after all, constitute a perfect design accessory that compliments any style of décor you choose for your Indianapolis home.