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We can help you with ALL your glass requirements, just tell us what you need and we can help!
We offer glass replacement to secure your business or home. Glass breakage occurs due to a break-in’s, accidents, or act of nature. We will come out and secure your store or home to prevent you from being vulnerable from vandalism or weather damage until we can replace the glass.
1) What is safety glass and why is it required in my home or office?
Safety glass is either Tempered or Laminated glass. It is required to be used in or next to a door, when it is 18″ from the floor and is in any shower enclosure application.
2) What is Low-E and what does it do for my windows?
Low-E (Low Emissivity) coatings are microscopically thin, virtually invisible, metal or metallic oxide layers deposited on a window glazing surface primarily to reduce the U-factor. Low-E coating will reflect heat energy from inside the room to help reduce the energy loss.
3) What is argon gas?
Argon gas is nontoxic, nonreactive, clear and odorless gas fill that is placed in the air space of an insulated glazing unit. When used there is a measurable improvement in the thermal performance.
4) If a single pane of glass breaks in my dual paned unit, can I replace the single pane?
No. You will need to replace the entire unit. When one pane of glass is broken, it destroys the entire unit because you will not be able to insulate it again. The insulated units are made with special specifications so they can perform in most energy sufficient way and once a seal is broken, it is unrepairable.
5) Can you cut a piece of glass I already own?
Yes, as long as the glass is not tempered. We can fabricate your glass to your needs, such as cutting it to a different size, adding edge work, holes, notches, and/or finger pulls. All fabrication done to the glass will be at your risk.
6) What is the best way to clean my glass shower door?
The shower unit should be cleaned weekly. Many cleaners can damage the metal finish and/or scratch the glass of the enclosure. Use nonabrasive cleaning detergents to clean the glass. Avoid cleaners with abrasive powder or liquid, bleach or vinegar bases, and/or steel or scouring pads.
Anderson Glass Company is here to assist you with any questions you may have, at any time to request a free quote.