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How to Prepare for a Glass Project in Your Home

Posted July 25, 2012, at 8:25 a.m.

Daryn Weatherman’s St. Charles Glass expertly completes home glass projects that range from basic necessities to extravagant luxuries. You may just need to replace a simple broken window. On the other hand, you might want to add interest to your home with a beautiful custom shower surround, In either case, the right approach will make the project run more smoothly.

Assess Your Needs

Think first about what you need to make your life easier. A good place to start is to look at all the broken or chipped glass in your home to see where any problems lie. Is your coffee table’s glass top chipped? Does your bay window have a crack down the center? There is no time like the present to take care of these basic needs related to shelter and safety.

Then, consider any special needs you might have. It is difficult to find a competent glass installer who will design and complete a glass project to allow full accessibility for a disabled resident. Daryn Weatherman has made sure that employees of St. Charles Glass and Glazing are skilled and knowledgeable in dealing with any such special requirements for glass work.

Explore Your Desires

Now that you know what you need, think about your dreams. Custom glass installations make a home more aesthetically pleasing and provide years of comfort and enjoyment. A heavy glass frameless shower enclosure adds a touch of class to your home. Elegant custom mirrors create an appearance of affluence and charm. If you do not have any immediate ideas, look through home decorating magazines and do a little daydreaming. The results can be amazing.

Consider Your Current Situation

Now that you know what you want and understand what you need, take a closer look at what you already have. Sort out in your mind which glass features of your home are acceptable the way they are and which you would like to improve. If you are thinking about adding more glass to your home, look at the area where it will go and try to imagine how the new feature will mesh with the current floor plan and décor.

Determine Your Budget

Most people have limits about how much glass work they can afford to do at any one time. Look over your household budget and think about what you can afford to spend. Remember that the work need not all be done at once. If your funds are limited, make a priority list to determine which glass projects you would like to tackle first.

Consult with the Glass Installer

Daryn Weatherman has put in place standard procedures for working with customers to plan glass installations. An employee of St. Charles Glass meets with the homeowner to discuss their needs, desires and budget constrictions. You might be surprised to discover that you can check off more items on your priority list than you had expected. Due to competent labor and excellent materials paired with cost-efficiency, St. Charles Glass can accomplish more work to your satisfaction than you ever dreamed possible.

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