Glass Doctor Blog

A Glass Doctor Sepcialist in front of a window

Window glass looking less than stellar? Over time, temperature fluctuations, changes in atmospheric pressure, sunlight, wind, water and humidity can negatively affect window glass. Cracked or foggy insulated glass units (IGUs) are not easily repairable.

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If you have old, single-pane windows, you experience substantial heat loss through your windows every winter. For this reason, you might be considering a replacement just in time for cold weather to arrive.

But you have also heard that single-pane windows increase heat gain in the summer...Read more

A split shot of a frameless glass shower and another shot of a tub with a shower curtain

If you’re redoing your bathroom, you have a very important question to answer: do you go with a shower curtain or sliding glass door? You might instantly gravitate toward the softness of a linen shower curtain, or determine that you prefer the modern look and clean lines of a glass shower door...Read more

A piece of glass

You never expect a window or glass door in your home to break, but accidents happen. If a stray baseball or flying debris from a storm hits your patio door, you’ll be grateful if it’s made of...Read more

The damage of Hurricane Harvey has been well documented.

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Post-storm cleanup and recovery can be overwhelming and dangerous, particularly when it comes to damaged glass. Before you go marching in with a shovel and bag, get the information you need to stay safe, clean up effectively, and avoid insurance reimbursement snafus.

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A brick house with boarded up windows and doors

When a destructive storm like a hurricane hits your area, you must be ready for the worst. In preparation for severe weather, many homeowners chose to board up their windows and doors. This often protects the glass from high winds and flying debris, allowing the homeowner to return once the...Read more

A bathroom with a tub and framed glass shower

The shower is the centerpiece of your bathroom. Depending on its design, this can be a good or bad thing. If you’re considering replacing your drab shower curtain with a glass shower...Read more

A shower head lying on a wooden surface

Shower head sputtering? Like you, your shower head needs the occasional cleaning. Over time, mineral deposits and other gunk can clog spray holes, robbing you of a pleasant shower and increasing the amount of time it takes to remove soap and shampoo due to lackluster pressure. Luckily, you can...Read more

A frameless glass shower

Did you recently install a glass shower door? This upgrade makes a world of difference in your bathroom, both in terms of aesthetics and comfort. If you want your shower door to look...Read more