In today’s world of YouTube tutorials and online forums, home improvement projects have become very DIY. However, while it’s great to get your hands dirty and complete projects yourself, there are still some that are better left to the professionals. At Clinton Glass, we love seeing homeowners complete their own projects and learn new skills, but we do encourage you to leave large glass projects to us. Listed below are three reasons why you shouldn’t attempt to replace large glass mirrors or windows yourself.
Does your bathroom desperately need a facelift but you just don’t have the time or money right now? If it’s just too terrible to leave the way it is, but you can’t afford an entire gut job, there are several small changes you can make today that will make a big difference. Our team at Clinton Glass is here to help with these 3 updates that will make you feel like you have a whole new bathroom in no time.
Winter is here in Connecticut, the holidays are on their way, and before you know it, it will be the New Year. New Year’s resolutions can be a great way to focus your goals for the coming year, and reflect on ways to improve on the past. You may have even made some for yourself, whether it be to get to the gym more often or to add more green to your diet. Resolutions are for self improvement, so why not set resolutions for your home to improve its overall … Continued
The mirror in your bathroom may be one of the largest – and yet least special – of all the features in your bathroom. Many homeowners are still looking at themselves through the classic, frameless, builder grade mirrors that come standard in most homes. If you have one of these mirrors, there are countless ways you could update it to make it your own. Our team at Clinton Glass wants to help you customize your bathroom to your own taste. So not only can we we repair or replace any … Continued
Are you looking for a way to spruce up your bathroom without doing a full remodel? Upgrading your shower door can make a huge difference in your space. Clinton Glass of Connecticut is committed to helping you create the bathroom of your dreams by offering three different types of shower doors that are fully customizable and built to the dimensions of your current space. We’ll work with you through the whole process to make sure you’ll be happy with the final glass door product.
A bathroom remodel can cost quite a bit of money. A new vanity, some flooring, and that custom shower can add up quickly. When you’re on a home-improvement budget, you have to be judicious about which changes to make. You also want to consider cheap tricks to modernize your bathroom without having to completely gut it. At Clinton Glass of Connecticut, we have helped out with enough bathroom remodels to offer a few tricks of the trade we’ve observed.
Rarely does anyone set out to break a mirror. Maybe you accidentally ran your car mirror into the mailbox backing up, or you lost your grip on your hairbrush while singing “Shake It Off” post-shower. How your mirror was broken is less of a concern than the question, “Well, now what?”
A small bathroom can make you feel a little claustrophobic during your morning shower. Just because your bathroom is small doesn’t mean you have to feel trapped when using it, though. Make the most out of your small bathroom!
The mirror is no doubt one of the most utilized fixtures in any home. Mirrors keep us informed and even entertained by the way we look at times. If it weren’t for mirrors in our bathrooms or cars we would be driving in a ditch with toothpaste all over our face. Mirrors take care of you; make sure you take care of them.
Several homeowners design a bathroom that they hope will sparkle and shine. They want a room that is crisp, clean, and glistens. The reasons most strive for this look is because of the glamorous and luxurious feel that sparkling bathrooms give off. What people may not realize is that the shine comes from the bathroom surfaces reflecting light. Some of the best materials that do this are shower glass doors, mirrors, chrome and porcelain, as well as highly polished stone. Here are some ways to incorporate these materials into your … Continued