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It's happened to the best of us. You're listening to your favorite tunes while driving your car when the unthinkable happens: A rock hits your windshield.

Now you're on the move to find the best auto glass repair company — but how do you pick the one that's going to give you the best...Continue Reading

Residential glass stair railings are growing in popularity, and for a good reason! They’re attractive, make spaces seem larger, and are adaptable to a variety of areas. However, many people still wonder if glass rails for stairs, decks, or balconies will work for their specific property. At...Continue Reading

Daydreaming about your next trip to the spa? Make the journey a lot easier and more convenient by creating a resort-style spa right in your own home bathroom.

With advice from the pros at your local Glass Doctor, you can make your home spa a reality. Whether it is a small addition or a...Continue Reading

As human beings, we require a certain amount of exposure to sunlight. According to WebMD, 4 out of 10 people are vitamin D-deficient. However, to reap the full...Continue Reading

Do you have a window that is stuck or difficult to open? It’s likely due to a problem with the sash. A window sash is the frame that slides up and down or side to side or cranks to open. Read on to understand window sashes and their role in the operation of your home’s windows.

How Do...Continue Reading

According to a U.S. Energy Information Administration (EIA) study, the average U.S. home consumes over 11,000 kilowatt-hours (kWh) annually. This number can...Continue Reading

Dull or dingy windows can drain the color from your walls and put a dark cloud over your home’s curb appeal. But what’s the best fix? Should you replace your windows? Or would a fresh paint job be enough to spruce things up? While buying a bucket of paint might be more affordable than doing a...Continue Reading

With all the technological advancements of the last decade, your new vehicle could be described as a rolling computer. Thanks to cameras, radar, imaging software, and other sensors, your car, truck, or SUV has numerous ways it can help you navigate the road.

But when any of those cameras...Continue Reading

Adaptive cruise control, also called ACC, allows you to use cruise control in heavier traffic conditions.

Widely adopted in the new models of many vehicles, ACC technologies can adjust your speed to keep a safe distance from the vehicle in front of you without repeatedly turning off and...Continue Reading