Do You Need a Vehicle Windscreen Replacement?

Your windscreen plays an important role in keeping you safe. You can drive with unincumbered vision when it's clear and easy to look through. You might require a replacement if something affects it, such as a crack. Understanding more about when replacements are necessary can help you identify when to call a replacement team. Small Chips May Be Okay A small chip on your windscreen might not warrant a replacement. However, you still need a repair ASAP to prevent it from growing into a full crack. Read More 

Ways to Upgrade Your Glass Shower Screen

Your bathroom is likely an area of your home that offers an escape from the day, relaxation and a place to recenter yourself. This means you want the bathroom to reflect the qualities that are peaceful and help build mindfulness. One way many do this is through the use of glass shower screens. If you already have a glass shower screen, you may find that simple upgrades can help change the look and feel of the entire room. Read More 

Advantages of a Glass Splashback in the Kitchen

Being close to eye level, the kitchen splashback is highly visible when you walk into the room. So, its design is crucial to how the space looks. If you're trying to decide whether glass is a good option for you, here are several advantages. Customisation You can customise a glass splashback more than many other materials. First, contractors can cut it to any shape and size to fit your space, allowing for electrical outlets and other elements. Read More 

Why Pool Fencing Shouldn’t Be An Afterthought But An Integral Part Of Your Decision Making

For many Australians, installing a pool is one of the most important additions they will make to their home, and most of their thoughts will go into designing and planning the pool proper. Less attention will be paid to the surrounding space, such as the tiles and deckchairs and even less will be given to the pool fencing itself. That is a shame, as there are so many different varieties of pool fencing, from the popular and ever-accessible glass pool fences to more unique options such as wrought iron. Read More 

How To Teach Your Kids To Look Out For The Signs Of A Broken Windscreen When They Learn To Drive

Teaching your children to drive is a very exciting period in anyone's life. First of all, your child will be excited at the prospect of a little more freedom and you, the parents, feel like your child is becoming more and more of an adult. However, when teaching your child how to drive, it is important that you also teach them how to look after their or your car. One aspect of this car maintenance that is not often discussed is how to spot a broken windscreen. Read More