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Cracked glass varies in consequences, depending on the specific type of glass. In commercial and residential glass manufacturing, two common glass types include Borosilicate and Soda-lime silicate. The timeline of a crack spreading, the risk of it shattering and whether or not the glass will...Read more

Get your home ready for the winter months and enjoy a much more comfortable living environment while saving money on heating costs. For many homes, replacing old, drafty windows is an excellent first step to preparing a home for winter. Investing in window glass repair, replacement and upgrades...Read more

Wintry weather has its ups and downs; the “downs” are often below zero temperatures! Hopefully you’ve stored your spring and summer lawn maintenance equipment and dusted off your snowblower and shovels. If you’ve put your salt or gravel containers in a convenient location, you’ll be well...Read more

Anyone who recalls the great blizzard of 2007 knows that winters in Saskatoon can be extremely harsh. That’s why it’s so important to give your home a once-over and perform any necessary winter preparation tasks and repairs before the cold sets in. Getting your home ready for the cold winds,...Read more

Your windows are your barrier against the chilly air outside. If they are damaged or no longer working to their full potential, you will feel it every day during the cold winter months and need more energy to heat your home. You can save money and improve conditions indoors with simple updates...Read more

Your home provides an escape from harsh winter weather. Home is where you shake the icy chill from your fingers and toes and get comfortable and warm. Unfortunately, unless you prepare your home for winter by insulating it against temperature extremes, icy breezes follow you indoors. Cold air...Read more

Winter is here, which means scheduling an inspection with one of our glass specialists ensures that your windows are in good condition during the winter season. your home for the dropping temperatures. Preparing your home for winter will not only help keep you and your family comfortable, doing...Read more

The windows in your home serve as an integral part of the structure providing natural light, warmth and ventilation. Properly functioning windows play an important role in the comfort of your home. Damaged or poorly performing windows represent a significant source of heat loss, uncomfortable...Read more

The chilly winter weather wreaks havoc on homes. As a homeowner, you might be worrying about frost, drafts and water damage. Fortunately, there are several things that you can do to prepare your windows for the winter months. If your needs go beyond what you can do yourself, the team at Glass...Read more

Winter weather is when your home's insulation is subjected to its most rigorous test. Old, worn-out windows are a significant source of heat loss for many homes. Warm, climate-controlled air escapes through them, and cold air gets in. This makes your home much less comfortable, and dramatically...Read more