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Choosing a Framing Option for Your New Shower Screens

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It can be hard to decide what level of framing to choose when you fit a new glass shower in your bathroom. Should you install a fully-framed, semi-framed, or frameless design? To help you pick one over the other, consider the following points. Fully Framed Structures In general, glass showers tend to evoke an open feel because they allow you to see through the screens and inside the shower, making the bathroom feel larger. Read More»

3 Benefits of Frameless Shower Screens for Your Bathroom

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The bathroom is one of the hardest to maintain parts of the home. The shower and the toilet keep the environment moist at all times, and if you are not careful, the moisture can lead to water damage, rotting and damage to your tile and grout. Shower screens are important because they separate the shower from the rest of the bathroom area. They also prevent the water and steam from the shower from reaching the rest of the bathroom. Read More»

Are You Contemplating Home Window Tinting? Read This!

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Although window tinting has been commonly associated with auto glass, there has been a growing demand for residential window tinting, as more and more homeowners are becoming familiar with the range of advantages that these tints offer for commercial spaces too. And when you consider Australia’s extreme climatic conditions, you will begin to consider seriously the various ways in which investing in window tinting will be an investment for your specific home. Read More»

Reasons To Install A Glass Shower

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When upgrading a bathroom, one of the major components you’ll need to consider is the shower. Here are several reasons to upgrade to a frameless glass model.  Offers Various Shapes and Sizes You’ll have plenty of configurations available when installing a glass shower, allowing you to maximise your particular bathroom space. Select between square, rectangle, hexagonal or circular designs. Rather than buying off the shelf, you could custom design a shower. Read More»

Secure your home by repairing your glass doors and windows

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Looking after your home matters. Not only is it important for your comfort and the proper enjoyment of your property but in many cases, it is also vital that your home is maintained properly so that it remains secure. If an intruder is seeking to enter your property, then the most likely points of entry will be the doors and windows. To ensure the security of your home, a broken or cracked pane of glass in a door or window must be replaced without delay. Read More»

Three Ways A Glass Splashback Can Improve A Kitchen

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A splashback needs to work both in terms of function and aesthetics, protecting the walls from food splats and beautifying the space. A glass model will help on both these fronts. Here are four ways a glass splashback improves a kitchen.  Brightens Up A Room Glass is highly reflective and spread across the wall; it will bounce light around the kitchen, creating a brighter, more pleasant space. More illumination will open up the room so that it feels larger. Read More»

Two Risks Associated With Not Promptly Replacing a Broken Window Pane in Your Commercial Office

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If a window pane in your commercial office has broken, it is important to have it replaced by a tradesperson who provides glass replacement services as soon as possible. Here are two potential risks of not replacing it promptly. Your employees may sustain injuries or damage their clothing When a window breaks, the pane may shatter into multiple pieces. Most of these pieces will usually land on the area of the floor nearest the window; these can be swept or hoovered up quite quickly. Read More»

2 Installation Techniques You Can Consider For Stained Glass

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Even as interior design elements have steadily become distinguished by modern elements, what may be considered as old touches still have a mainstay in modernist interior design. One such feature that has been around for centuries but still adds a charming, vintage feel to any home is stained glass. Generally speaking, two main types of stained glass are used. The first is cathedral glass, which is characterised by being transparent. Read More»

How to Brighten Up a Dark Room in the Home

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If your home has a room without exterior windows or that only has small windows that don’t bring in much light, you might note some simple decorating tips to lighten that space. These can keep any room of your home bright, cheerful and welcoming. Use high-gloss paint High-gloss paint, as the name implies, has a very shiny, glossy finish. This finish can actually reflect light more than a flat, matte or otherwise dull paint finish. Read More»

Why It's Important to Have Your Home's Windows Replaced

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If your home has older windows, you may not think it’s very important to replace them; many homeowners often think of replacing features that enhance the appearance of a home, such as flooring or benchtops, before they think about new windows. However, while flooring, benchtops and every other detail and feature of a home are important, note why you want to think seriously about replacing those windows. Water damage If you can feel cold or hot air coming in from around the window frames, this means that they’re not sealed properly. Read More»