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19
DEC
2016
Windscreens and Car Insurance

Windscreens and Car Insurance: What You Need to Know

How often have you heard a stressed driver upset about their latest car incident? Windscreens often top this list, as cracks and chips can happen through no fault of our own, and most of us are dreading the expense of windscreen repair or replacement, especially if you’ve got a...
14
DEC
2016
3Three reasons to park in the shade

Three Reasons to Park Your Vehicle in the Shade This Festive Season

With all the great restaurants, new malls, cool shops and loads of thigs to see and do these holidays, you’ll probably be driving around a lot. Road trips are great fun, but when you get to your destination, you should try your best to park in the shade, especially during summer....
12
DEC
2016
How to care for your car during Summer

How to Care for Your Car During Summer

South African summer can be tough on cars. Battery problems, scorching hot steering wheels and dashboard damage are all realities you need to be aware of. Here’s how to keep everything in tip top shape as the temperatures soar and, in some areas, the rain and hail appear with a...
09
DEC
2016
Tips on renovating

Renovating? Here Are a Few Tips on How to Choose the Best Glass Fittings

When renovating or upgrading your home, add an extension or even just redo your bathroom it always feels like a small task to start with. As it progresses you realise that the options are endless and there are so many tiny decisions to make! What colour scheme should you use,...
05
DEC
2016
Windscreen SOS Emergency

Windscreen SOS: How to Handle an Emergency

A windscreen emergency could be a big crack miles away from home, or it could be something much worse – a shattered windscreen during an accident or collision. If your windscreen shatters, the correct response can prevent injury and even safe your life. So, if you’re driving and...
02
DEC
2016
Protection Solutions

Protection Solutions for Your Home

We live in a world where added home protection is sometimes necessary to safeguard your home and family from danger. Not only do you want products which can protect against potential intruders, but you may also want to consider protecting your home against damage from severe...
30
NOV
2016
What You Need to Know Before Replacing Your Windscreen

What You Need to Know Before Replacing Your Windscreen

Your windscreen was hit by a flying stone or you drove over a large pothole and you’ve got much more than just a little chip. The large crack spread across your windscreen has you worried, and you know that you need to take your car to a nearby auto glass workshop to replace the...
28
NOV
2016
Going Green

Going Green: Your Guide to Energy Efficient Glass

Replacing heat in winter or cool air in summer that you’ve lost through your windows and doors can be expensive and bad for the environment. Making the switch to energy efficient home and building glass can not only help you do your bit for the planet but can also stop you almost...
24
NOV
2016
Travelling through South Africa

Traveling through South Africa: Gearing Up for the Festive Season

It’s that time of year again. People will be travelling down to the coastal regions in their thousands for some sun, sand, sea and a good dose of relaxation. The road trip can even be part of the fun. Unfortunately, along with increased traffic comes increased levels of...
21
NOV
2016
What Does the Law Say about Driving with a Damaged Windscreen

What Does the Law Say about Driving with a Damaged Windscreen?

If your windscreen is cracked or chipped, there’s no doubt that you should get it fixed as soon as possible. However, if you’re away on holiday or get pulled over on your way to the fitment centre, what are your rights? It can be hard to tell where you stand with the law, and if...