If you have a cracked or broken window at your home, you may be wondering if it is possible to fix it yourself. Whilst it may be tempting to attempt a DIY job to save money, you should be aware that there is a lot of ill-informed advice on the internet and if not done correctly, can cause more harm than good. Broken or cracked glass is extremely dangerous, not only that, it makes your
Glass is one of the most important construction building materials in both domestic and commercial settings. Today, there are many glass types available on the market and each one offers a unique difference. Here we will share the most common glass types, their pros and cons and what they are best used for. Annealed Glass Annealed Glass is a basic clear glass that is often used for windows and doors. It allows ample light
Windows can be poor barriers against traffic noise or even those loud neighbors over the fence. A standard window with 4mm glass does little to insulate against noise, either open or closed. Even the performance of good insulation within your walls can be substantially reduced by poor window design. Building a new home or renovating an existing one is an ideal time to consider your acoustic requirements. For neighborhood, traffic and building noise there are
For some walking over high altitude bridges can be scary enough on their own but one bridge in China has taken high altitude bridges to the next level. The bridge, on Taihang Mountain near Handan city in China’s Hebei Province is a high altitude glass bridge that has added the illusion of the glass cracking underneath your feet as you walk across. Depending on your perspective its either a hilarious prank or a cruel joke.