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Why Spontaneous Glass Breakage Occurs

Spontaneous glass breakage occurs when tempered panes of glass shatter, crack or break for no apparent reason. While the amount of these panes that have fallen from high rise buildings after breaking has been minimal, it has prompted building industry professionals and other experts to consider what can be done to ensure the protection of pedestrians. But why does this spontaneous breakage occur, and what can be done to prevent it?

3 Ways Your Windows Can Reduce Summer Energy Bills

More than 50% of home owners say that their energy bills can increase by as much as 100% during summer because the heat means they must rely on air-conditioners to stay cool. While this may be the most convenient way to reduce temperatures inside your home, it is also possible to do so by using your windows as effectively as possible instead. 

Safety First: The Dangers of Windows for Kids

According to data released by the American Academy of Pediatrics, more than 5,000 kids are injured each year as a result of falling out of a window. What is even more shocking is that over 80% of these incidents involved screened windows. Below are some great tips to help secure your home’s windows and keep your children safe.

What Does Your Front Door Say About You?

The color you choose to paint your front door can tell your guests and visitors a lot about you – after all, it is the first impression that they will get of your home. If you would like to know what the colour or style of your front door is saying about you, read on:

How Window Manufacturing Has Evolved Over the Years

Windows have come a long way over the years, and a large part of that is due to the evolution of glass production over time. During Roman times, broadsheet glass was the first type of glass to ever be manufactured in Britain, and it involved having an elongated balloon of glass blown. After the blowing process had been completed, the ends were carefully cut off and the cylindrical section was then split and flattened on an iron plate. Unfortunately, this glass was of an extremely poor quality and its small size meant that it wasn’t practical to use for much else other than leaded lights. As techniques improved, other types of glass began to be produced and used in windows in earnest: 

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