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Teach You How to Deal With Broken Glass

Dealing with broken glass can be a frustrating and potentially dangerous situation. Whether it’s a broken window, a shattered mirror, or a broken tabletop, it’s important to address the issue as soon as possible to prevent further damage or injury. Here are some tips for replacing broken glass:

Safety first

If you have broken glass in your home or business, take steps to secure the area and prevent anyone from getting injured. This might include covering the broken glass with cardboard or tape, or cordoning off the area until the glass can be replaced.

Assess the damage

Before you start replacing the broken glass, take a moment to assess the damage. If the broken glass is part of a window or door, make sure the frame is still in good condition. If the frame is damaged, it may need to be repaired or replaced before you can install new glass.

Choose the right type of glass

Different types of glass are suitable for different applications. For example, tempered glass is stronger and more durable than regular glass, and is often used in shower, splashbacks, lower windows and doors. Laminated glass is made from two layers of glass bonded together with a plastic layer in between, and is often used as safety glass in doors, shopfront, jewellery showing cabinets, high building windows, windshields and skylights.

Measure and cut the glass

Once you have chosen the right type of glass, you’ll need to measure and cut it to size. This can be a challenging task, so it’s a good idea to seek the help of a professional if you’re not professional doing it yourself.

Install the glass

Installing the new glass will depend on the type of glass and the location of the broken glass. If you’re replacing a window or door, you’ll need to remove the old glass and install the new glass in the frame. In most of cases, you need the professional to install for you. If you’re replacing a tabletop or other flat surface, you’ll need to secure the glass in place with adhesives, plastic bumpers or other fasteners.

By following these tips, you should be able to safely and effectively replace broken glass in your home or business. Any questions? Please contact us: email:[email protected], 0800-00-GLASS, 09-5769060, visit us:185 Morrin Road Saint Johns, visit our website:https://tgm.net.nz. A free quote is what you need.


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