Discovering water seeping through your windows can be distressing, considering the potential damage to your floor and belongings. It’s a question many homeowners find themselves asking: “Why are my windows leaking?” Thankfully, you’re not alone in this, and there are tried-and-true methods to address and even prevent such leaks. Find the leak Find the leak  Protect your belongings Inspect the exterior Replace caulk Utilize weatherstripping Consult a professional Is it Condensation? Preventative measures It’s unfortunately
Residential Glass
Ensuring your glass shower door remains securely closed is essential for maintaining privacy and keeping the bathroom floor dry. When you notice that your glass shower door won’t close properly, it can cause concern. Thankfully, you can take to identify and remedy the problem. Clean the Door Check the Hinges and Track Is There Something in the Way? Examine the Door Sweep/Seal Is the Door Level? ‘Plumb’  Add a Stopper Refer to the Manual  Consult
Maintenance Tips
A glass shower door leaks for various reasons, but once you know where the leak comes from, the repair process is quick and easy. There are a few steps you’ll need to know.  The first, is to clean any soap and mildew buildup from the glass door that may prevent the shower door leak guard from sealing. After that, you’ll need to focus on the door hinges and the seal. Next, install a drip rail,
Maintenance Tips
If you’re a new driver or facing this issue for the first time, you might ask yourself, “Why are my headlights foggy?” According to AAA, foggy headlights can be unsettling and even dangerous, especially given that half of all crashes occur at night. Research from AAA reveals that cloudy or yellowed headlights only produce 20% of the light that new headlights do, significantly impacting your ability to see and navigate roads safely after dark. Before
Auto Glass, Maintenance Tips
If you have ever had bird droppings block visibility on your car’s windshield there’s a high likelihood that your next move was to wash the mess away with your wipers. But what if you find very little windshield wiper fluid left to clean the mess – can you put water in windshield wiper fluid? Adding water is a short-term solution when it comes to replacing wiper fluid. In the long run, it could lead to
Auto Glass, Windshield Repair