Replacement Windows: Aluminium

Aluminium is a relatively flexible metal. Windows made of this material can be designed to be much larger and more intricate than those made of other materials without compromising on strength. This article discusses two things you should find useful if you intend to invest in aluminium replacement windows for your home. Aluminium Windows Are Not A Standard Product For All Suppliers Aluminium-framed windows are often more expensive than windows made of other materials (e.g., UPVC). This is partly because the metal is a more expensive raw material and partly because some window suppliers make these windows more expensive intentionally. For example, a supplier might hike the price of aluminium windows so as to encourage the sale of UPVC windows Read More

Tips For Taking Care of a Shower Screen

Shower screens are similar to glass shower doors, except they are typically frameless. These screens help to protect your bathroom from dealing with excess water as a result of taking a shower. It is important that you keep it clean and well maintained. Here are some tips to do that. Keep the Shower Screen Clean Since the shower screen is made of glass, it is prone to getting grime buildup, scratches, and excess water spots. The best thing you can do is keep up with cleaning it on a regular basis. It is recommended that you keep a glass shower-friendly spray inside the shower, then spray the shower screen after each shower. This keeps it clean in a minimal way. Read More

Ways to Decorate Your Home With Art Glass

If you have art glass, whether broken glass pieces or mosaic glass tiles, you might be wondering about the different ways you can decorate them. There are many ways to use art glass inside and outside your home for decorative purposes. Have Custom Countertops Made This is one of the more expensive projects that uses art glass, but it also makes a drastic difference in the appeal of your home. Art glass pieces are perfect when making custom countertops that are unique and impress others. You can have the countertops made with a durable material that also include pieces of the glass embedded inside but sealed on the top so the glass shards don’t stick out of the countertops. Go Read More

Protect Your Kitchen Splashback From Greasy Splatters With These Items

If you love the deliciousness of bacon, your glass splashback may bear the brunt of that tasty treat, as it gets hit with splatters of fat from cooking. Tired of the mess? Luckily, there are a few things that can help protect your glass splashback. Take a look at these ideas: 1. A Lid and a Towel If you are frying bacon, stop the greasy splatters from hitting your splashback by popping a lid on your frying pan. Alternatively, keep in mind that splatters often occur when fat or oil hits water. As the oil is insoluble in water, it beads up and splatters off. To minimise this effect, make sure that your pan is thoroughly toweled dry before you Read More