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Avoid Window Cracks and Fogging This Winter

Window fogging and cracked glass – it happens in more homes than you might think. Cracks occur without any interference, and fogging builds up overnight and throughout the day when the weather turns cold. However, no homeowner should have to deal with fogged windows or unexpected cracks. A little preventative maintenance will go a long … Continue reading Avoid Window Cracks and Fogging This Winter

Working as a Glazier at Allied Glass & Mirror

“We’re doing high-quality, customized work on some of the oldest and historic parts of the city like Over-the-Rhine. It’s great to be a part of the revitalization efforts and to be a glazier at a company that stands out from the others.”  – Rob Perrine, Allied Glass & Mirror glazier Glaziers are the backbone of … Continue reading Working as a Glazier at Allied Glass & Mirror

Escape the Sounds of the City with Sound Controlled Glass

Noise pollution is a common feature of modern urban and suburban life these days. In fact, most of us have trained ourselves to ignore it, until we realize it’s gone. Then, we revel in the utter peacefulness of a space that’s free of the incessant ocean of mechanical and human sounds. One of the ways … Continue reading Escape the Sounds of the City with Sound Controlled Glass

Customized Sandblasted Glass

Streamline and Redesign: The Elegance of Sandblasted Glass “Design professionals and contractors understand the importance of working with suppliers of proven integrity. Allied Glass & Mirror partners with Glenny Glass Company to produce quality sandblasted glass that can enhance the monetary and aesthetic value of any space.” Entryways and even interior walls are often where guests make their … Continue reading Customized Sandblasted Glass

Fogged Window Repair

Do you have a window with condensation, “fog” or “dust” between the panes? You are not alone. This problem, most commonly referred to as a “fogged window”, occurs as a result of a failed window seal. The compromised window seal allows moisture to enter between the panes and condensate to form water and give the … Continue reading Fogged Window Repair

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