11 July 2017
Like any room in your home, accidents can happen in your bathroom. There is something chilling about the idea of shower screens that can spontaneously shatter, seemingly with no obvious cause. There have been instances when such an event has happened, and while most shower screens are made of tempered (heat treated) glass, designed to break up into larger sections as opposed to small sharp fragments, these pieces of tempered glass can still cause injuries.
27 June 2017
An upcoming trend in the green lifestyle movement is to go with a zero waste lifestyle. This lifestyle means focusing on reducing the amount of waste you bring into the home and throw into the trash. For example, you may decide to make your own toothpaste instead of purchasing toothpaste and bringing in a plastic tube that can't be recycled and must become waste. As part of your new found zero waste lifestyle, you may want to create a bathroom environment that helps you maintain that lifestyle.
23 June 2017
The glass you choose for your commercial building's windows and glass doors is very important; potential customers need to easily see through that glass, while you also want to ensure that the glass itself is not letting in too much hot sunlight. You also want glass that isn't easy for intruders and thieves to break so that they can gain access to your facility. With all those requirements in mind, note a few tips for choosing the right commercial glass for your building.
16 June 2017
Have you noticed that your double glazed window appears foggy and remains so, even after your most vigorous cleaning efforts? If that describes your problem here's what is going on and more importantly, what you can do about it. What Causes the "Fog"? The fog is the result of condensation forming between the glass panels. This occurs because the surface temperature of the window glass is so much colder than the room temperature.
15 June 2017
Glass splashbacks are a great choice for any home, as they're very durable and work with a wide variety of decors without clashing or competing with the colours and materials of a home's cabinetry, benchtops and flooring. Glass splashbacks can make an otherwise dark kitchen seem brighter, as they reflect whatever light source there is in the space rather than absorbing it. If you're thinking of glass splashbacks for your kitchen, note a few simple but important questions you might have about the material and its installation, so you know what to discuss with a contractor and know if this is the right choice for your home:
14 June 2017
Bathroom mirrors are pretty straightforward. They hang over the sink, you stare blearily at them in the early morning, and they're handy for shaving or not getting lipstick on your teeth. What more is there? In fact, there's a lot you can do with your bathroom mirror to make your bathroom look a little brighter, warmer and more spacious. Here are a few tips on decorating with mirrors. Use natural light