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Do you long for spotless windows? The glass might be pristine on the interior, but the rain and snow have left hard water spots on the exterior. Fortunately, you can learn how to remove hard water spots without too much difficulty. Just follow these tips from Glass Doctor®, and your windows will...Read more

1) Prep the area (remove glass, old glazing and caulk)

2) Measure and test-fit the new glass

3) Install the new glass pane (with caulk and glazing points)

4) Apply glazing

Broken windowpane? Replacing single-pane window glass is easy with a few tools and easy-to-...Read more

›   Decide if you can just replace the glass.

›   Remove the old window.

›   Prep the opening: Ensure squareness; leave a quarter-inch space around entire window.

›   Install the window with a bead of silicone; make it level with shims before securing.

›   Apply...Read more

Dirty windows? Glass Doctor® has the details on how to make your own glass cleaner from ingredients you probably already have in your cupboard. Before you rush out to the store and fork over your hard-earned cash for an expensive, blue-tinted glass cleaner, read this!

Homemade...Read more

Kitchen cabinets in need of an update? Adding glass inserts offers a bright, airy, modern feel. For those that suffer from design "restlessness," they’re also an easy way to allow for a change of scheme, with quick...Read more

The windows in your home play a large role in the efficiency of your home. No matter the season, your home loses a lot of its ambient temperature through the glass in your windows. With years of experience in the glass industry, Glass Doctor knows the importance of thermal efficient glass to...Read more

  • Yes! When used correctly window film can lower your energy bill
  • The films can appear crystal clear; yet still provide protection against the sun
  • Window film can also reduce glare and provide fade protection for fabric and upholstery

Does window...Read more

  • Insulated Glass Units (IGUs) feature two panes of glass separated by an inert gas
  • The layer of gas diffuses heat transfer, which makes the window more energy efficient
  • IGUs are also known as “double glazing” of “double-pane” glass windows

Windows are a large...Read more

Despite looking through them daily, it’s easy to overlook the state of your windows, even when they’re screaming for attention. Luckily, it’s easy to recognize the signs of windows in need. How do you know when to replace windows?

5 Signs You Need New Windows...Read more

Glass Doctor was cited in a recently published home maintenance checklist on GetNeighborly.com

As glass repair and glass installation professionals, we know that cracked glass or damaged glass can compromise your home’s...Read more