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Bathroom cabinet with foggy mirrored doors

We’ve all been there… you forgot about the Daylight Savings Time change when you set the alarm, and now you have 15 minutes to be out the door! Obviously, seconds matter in this situation, so when you jump out of the shower the last thing you want to see is...Continue Reading

What are your favorite go-to cleaning supplies? Maybe you have a favorite feather duster or a handy dust rag. And surely you carry around a jug of vinegar when you clean. You read that right…vinegar. Now, we all­­ know that vinegar is one of those must-have ingredients when pickling. But did you...Continue Reading

So, you have beautiful windows in your home. And we’ve taught you how to clean those windows so they are streak free (you’re welcome). Now what? You want to show off...Continue Reading

Who says you can’t use dryer sheets in the shower? Not us! Don’t toss that used dryer sheet in the trash. Dampen it and swipe off soap scum and residue from your shower doorsFrom laundry room to...Continue Reading

Let's Talk Glass with Ed Sieber

Dual Sealed Insulated Glass Replacement Service

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You hear the terms “hard water” and “soft water” thrown around a lot, but do you really know what that means? To break it down, hard water contains dissolved minerals like calcium and magnesium and soft water is treated and only contains sodium.

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A broken glass dish on a brick pavement

We’ve all been there. Whether it’s a fumbled dish while loading the dishwasher, a baseball through the kitchen window or an act of vandalism…we’ve all had to deal with broken glass at some point. Back in 1992, Annie Lennox had a...Continue Reading

Cleaning windows has never been so easy. You'll never say, "I don't do windows" ever again!

How to Clean Windows Infographic

 

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A windshield chip or crack is an inconvenient nuisance that is often ignored. The most likely causes of these bothersome windshield imperfections are airborne rocks and debris, weather and weakened glass. So, unless you plan to stop driving altogether and start taking the city bus, windshield...Continue Reading

Nobody wants to be “that” house on the block. You know the one. The house with an ol’ jalopy parked on the front lawn; two-weeks worth of newspapers littering the sidewalk and let’s not even mention the Christmas lights that are still hanging from six months ago. Not exactly giving that...Continue Reading