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Things to Consider When Choosing Glass Windows and Doors for Your Storefront

The windows and doors of your Hunterdon County storefront give potential customers the first impression of your store and set the interior mood once those customers come inside. In this article we discuss privacy, design, and crime deterrent factors when it comes to choosing windows and doors for your business' storefront.

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Should You Add Glass Railings to Your Deck?

Glass railings, also known as "invisible railings" can be safer for children and pets and offer an uninterrupted view from your deck. However, they may not be the right choice for everyone. Read on to learn the pros and cons of glass deck railings

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The Limitless Possibilities of Glass Tile

The design possibilities for glass tile in homes in Hunterdon County are limitless. Glass tile has beautified buildings for millennia, and as its appeal broadens, so too does the range of ways you can incorporate this stunning material into your designs.

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Why a See-Through Glass Workplace is all the Rage in Office Remodels

Glass office walls give the appearance of openness. Throughout the last decade, the average size of office space has decreased by 30%. Real estate data provider CoreNet Global cites the average square foot per office employee at 151 square feet. That's down from 2012's average of 176 square feet per worker. Interior glass enables office tenants to reduce space while still giving the illusion of openness. It helps make a small space look bigger.

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Take Your Shower To The Next Level With This Glass Upgrade

One of the best ways to make a small bathroom look bigger is to enclose your shower stall in glass. Because you can see right through it, a glass enclosure or even a glass door doesn't cut the room off where the shower begins.

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Windows Provide More Than A Pretty View, So Keep These Tips In Mind When Choosing

The time may have come when your window issues go beyond the need for caulk, weatherstripping and storm windows. Windows not only help define a home's style and character, but are a key factor in energy-efficiency. If you live in a historical home with wood framed single-pane windows, you may just need some good storm windows. But replacement windows may be in order if windows, frames, sashes or sills are damaged or nonoperational, in which case they may not only be inefficient, but a safety hazard.

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Hurricane Resistant Windows: Cost and Advantages

Hurricane-resistant windows or storm-proof windows are composed of impact resistant glass, containing a layer of polyvinyl butyral (PVB) between two slabs of glass. The most effective type of impact-resistant window is the inner-membrane window. An impact-resistant glass will probably shatter on impact but it will remain attached to the inner membrane along with the window frame.

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Hurricane-Proof Your Home

With hurricane season upon on it’s likely you will consider having glass windows and doors that can sustain the elements. Read more to learn about how top designers are making their facilities climate proof. Mother Nature’s wrath is not a path we want to be in, but Alexander Glass ensures your safety upon any glass installation.

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5 Tips for Cleaning Glass Without Streaks

Cleaning glass, whether it's a window or a mirror or a coffee table, is more about the tools than the elbow grease. With the right stuff in your bucket, you can get your glass streak-free. Here, five tips that can get you to that sweet spot, the first of which is as basic as it gets: If you're diluting your cleaner, dilute it with something clean.

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Glass Whiteboards

Glass whiteboards are becoming increasingly popular in contemporary office designs and meeting rooms. A glass whiteboard is a reusable writing surface with all the characteristics of a dry-erase board, but with several added features and benefits. Transform your workspace with forward-thinking appeal. Create endless design possibilities with beautiful glass finishes, custom colors and sizing options.

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Stepping into the Stair Market

Glass is no longer relegated to windows and walls. Trends in the last 10 years have increasingly brought glass systems into the building interior, whether for office entrances, wall partitions or railings. Now the residential market is following suit, with glass coming into guard rails and stair rails in the home.

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Decorative Glass Doors Make a Statement at Home

You may be used to seeing decorative glass doors in restaurants, retail environments and offices, but did you know that decorative glass is making inroads at home too? That's because glass doors offer a whole lot of advantages...

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Seamless Glass Shower Doors

Modern bathrooms are all about openness, fluidity, and flow. Their open designs attempt to bring together such disparate elements as decorative tile, contemporary bath fixtures and sprawling vanities. Traditional shower doors, with their hard lines and glaring frames, tend to work against that aesthetic by creating closed, defined spaces.

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Bullet Proof Glass

Bullet proof glass or bullet resistant glass refers to any type of glass that is built to stand up against being penetrated by bullets. Although the public uses the term ‘bullet proof glass’, generally within the industry itself it is referred to as bullet-resistant glass, because there is no feasible way to create consumer-level glass that can truly be proof against bullets.

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Wall Mirrors

Try not to think about your gym as the only residential space that can display a mirror wall – indulge in the luxury of creating visually larger, brighter spaces in your home by using this wonderful way of spreading natural light in darker corners while preserving much of the light’s original quality.

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Frame Vs. Frameless

Shower doors and tub enclosures play an important role in your bathroom. Not only do these structures keep water contained within the bath and shower where it belongs, but also they impact the overall style and decor of your space. While traditional shower doors and tub enclosures relied on a metal frame for structural support and strength, homeowners now have the option to choose frameless enclosures, which eliminate frames in favor of thicker glass and heavy hardware.

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Bathroom Remodeling

Before you call a professional plumber, tiler, construction contractor or before you start a DIY project to remodel your bathroom, it can be helpful to stop for a minute and consider the sort of things you might need to do. Remodeling a bathroom will involve plumbing, carpentry and painting as well as heavy lifting in some cases.

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