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5 Tips to Keep Out those Chilly December Drafts

5 Tips to Keep Out those Chilly December Drafts

Even if you don’t mind throwing on an extra layer at home to keep warm, drafts can still leave you with a hefty heating bill at the end of each winter month. And windows can account for almost 30% of heat loss in your home! Improve your comfort and avoid paying more on your energy […]

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3 Ways Business Can Use Sandblasting to Elevate their Aesthetic

3 Ways Business Can Use Sandblasting to Elevate their Aesthetic

Have you been looking for a way to improve the aesthetics in your office or storefront? Sandblasting could be just what you need! This advanced process is used to provide rich textures to glass with unique designs while enhancing privacy, no matter where the glass surface is placed. Learn more about the ways businesses can […]

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What Glass Can and Can’t You Sandblast?

What Glass Can and Can’t You Sandblast?

When it comes to glass, there is nothing we can’t sandblast. At M&T Glass, we offer custom sandblasting services for a number of mediums, like commercial glass, decorative glass, mirrors, shower enclosures, glass cabinetry, and many other applications. If you’ve been curious about this process, let us show you what sandblasting can do! Create Custom […]

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How to Tell if Your Old Window Needs to Be Replaced, Not Repaired

How to Tell if Your Old Window Needs to Be Replaced, Not Repaired

Have a window problem but not sure if you should attempt to repair it or call an expert to replace it? We always recommend having a glass repair specialist come to take a look before you attempt to fix anything on your own. Some small issues can quickly fester into larger ones, costing you more […]

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5 Signs Your Sealed Unit Needs Repairing

5 Signs Your Sealed Unit Needs Repairing

Ever wonder why the best performing windows on the market today are triple pane? It’s because these provide not just one chamber, but two sealed chambers to ensure an air-tight fit. The chambers are filled with a gas to create a strong barrier that can keep the ever-changing temperatures from entering your home. And, although […]

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