Glass Doctor of Raleigh Blog

Have you ever seen vinyl siding on homes that appear warped or melted? Is the culprit low-e windows, contractor’s or manufacturer’s defect? For the homeowner, who is responsible for correcting the damage?

Well, it depends on who you ask. There have been class action and individual...Continue Reading

There are experts in the job search, employment and human resource industries that feel Education has done a great disservice to our young people by insisting they focus on college instead of earning a certificate in the trades. This either-or mentality has contributed to a serious shortage of...Continue Reading

If home is where the heart is, what about your car? Sounds silly right? Yet, to many, an automobile may be a second home depending upon the amount of time you spend driving personally or professionally. Cars owners are a proud bunch and we take great pains to keep them safe and in pristine...Continue Reading

Our dogs love the spring and summer months almost as much as we do! They like to run around, wriggle in water, enjoy the sun and shade and revel in the outdoors. Yet, just like we humans, dogs can suffer from the effects of too much sun and heat that can lead to catastrophic, even fatal results...Continue Reading

Glass Doctor of Raleigh would like to introduce two of our Neighborly companies. Just as we strive to be the best Glass repair and replacement company, Five Star Painting and Mr. Handyman work with the same value systems. If you need home improvements like painting or home maintenance &...Continue Reading

Glass Doctor Raleigh is proud to serve our community through our support of Ronald McDonald House, Food Bank of Central & Eastern NC, SPCA of Wake County and St. Jude Children’s Hospital. But did you know we are also a Neighborly Company?

If you’ve been to our Glass Doctor Raleigh...Continue Reading

The contributions and sacrifices made by veterans of our armed forces are many. The founding of this great county would not have been realized without the bravery of our first soldiers who fought for our independence. There have been a number of conflicts since then, involving millions of our...Continue Reading

About Breast Cancer

Breast Cancer is the most common type of cancer in women in the US, aside from skin cancer. The Susan G. Komen Foundation reports that in 2016, it is estimated that...Continue Reading

Fall is not just a break from the warm weather. It is the beginning of decorating and prepping for the Holidays.

If you enjoy decorating your yard but don’t want to break the bank, look for ideas that incorporate bright harvest colors that will work from late September throughout...Continue Reading

History of Halloween

Straddling between the line of fall and winter, death and life, Halloween, or All Hallows' Eve, comes from the ancient Celtic festival called Samhain. The Pagans felt that October 31 was the one day out of the year that the boundary between the living and the dead...Continue Reading