Installation of safety glass in homes is essential for enhancing protection in case of breakage. Ordinary glass windows typically shatter on impact such that sharp shards are released. These pieces are likely to cause serious injury to the residents and possibly damage the floors. By installing Grade A safety glass in your home, you can prevent and minimise these risks. The Australian Standards that define the requirements for the use of residential safety glass are AS1288 and AS2208, and they describe the specifics of the size and placement of windows and entryways that must be glased with safety glass.
Although you may spend considerably less time in it than any other room in the house, your bathroom too needs to look as elegant as any other space in your house. If you are wondering how to fit out your bathroom and make it stand out, shower screens are just the thing. Read on to see why these glass panels are a must for your most private part of the house.
A tree limb rubbing against the glass on a window can cause minor scratches in the glass or a pet can scratch the glass as it struggles to get out of a room. These scratches can affect the clarity of the view as you look out of that scratched window because dirt builds up in those scratches. This article discusses how you can repair these scratches so that the expense of replacing the glass in that window is avoided.
Installing a pet door for your cat or dog can introduce you to a whole new perspective on life - a life where you can sleep in past 6am when your precious puss or pooch demands to be let out of the house!
Here are some things to consider when you choose the best pet door for your house.
Choosing the correct size of door
If you only have one pet, the choice is relatively simple as pet doors are usually rated by pet weight.