Posts Tagged ‘doors’

Window and Door Screen Replacement

Posted on: Wednesday, July 13th, 2011


If the screens in your home need to be replaced, or are missing, contact the professional and knowledgeable team at Walnut Valley Glass. Our Los Angeles glass company can provide you with appropriately sized window or door screens so you can open your windows and doors without worrying about children or pets getting out of the house, or annoying bugs such as flies and moths from getting into your home. If you need new screens, contact us today with the measurements, and we will deliver and install your screens in a timely manner. (more…)

Commercial Glass Products

Posted on: Wednesday, July 13th, 2011


Commercial glass products can improve the appearance of your business and make it more functional for your customers and employees. At Walnut Valley Glass, we offer a variety of glass products and services for commercial properties in Los Angeles, Orange, San Bernardino, and Riverside counties. (more…)

How to Fix Scratches in Your Home’s Windows

Posted on: Thursday, January 6th, 2011

If you have deep scratches in the windows or other glass products in your home, it is best to leave scratch removal to a professional or to have the piece of glass replaced altogether. (more…)

Window Alarm Systems

Posted on: Monday, October 4th, 2010

Security is an important consideration for home and commercial property owners. Many people have alarm and security systems installed by professionals. Some even set up high-tech video recording equipment to monitor the outside of their homes. (more…)

What Is Beveled Glass?

Posted on: Monday, October 4th, 2010

Beveled glass refers to a sheet or piece of flat glass that has a quarter- to a half-inch angular cut along its perimeter. When sunlight bounces off of the beveled edge, it reflects different colors, which would not be possible with a straight cut. Beveled edges do not just add additional decor to glass, they are also safer because they are not as sharp. Glass table tops, mirrors, and windows often have beveled edges. (more…)

Eco-friendly Glass Products

Posted on: Thursday, September 2nd, 2010

If you are searching for ways to greenovate your home, there are various glass products that can be installed to reduce the amount of gas and electricity that you and your family use each month. (more…)

What Are uPVC Windows?

Posted on: Tuesday, April 20th, 2010

Any property owners that are considering replacing the windows or doors in their homes or commercial buildings should consider the benefits of uPVC windows. Standing for unplasticised polyvinylchlroride, uPVC windows offer a superior level of strength and functionality. The high impact modified polymer materials offers a number of benefits, including: (more…)

Does Your Business Have a Graffiti Problem?

Posted on: Thursday, October 1st, 2009

It’s no secret that certain businesses in the Los Angeles area are more prone to being vandalized than others. However, those businesses that have a graffiti problem can be proactive in preventing serious damage to their storefronts. (more…)

Recycling Your Old Windows and Doors

Posted on: Thursday, October 1st, 2009

Houses built before 1978 are more likely to contain lead-based paint in some form. This could mean that the windowsills, window frames, doors, and doorframes in your home were painted with lead paint at some time. (more…)

Energy-efficient Windows – How Much Money Can You Save?

Posted on: Thursday, October 1st, 2009

Many Americans are becoming more environmentally conscious and are looking for ways to green-ovate their homes to reduce use of gas, electricity, and water. By purchasing ENERGY STAR qualified products, including appliances, water heaters, and windows, consumers can earn up to a $1,500 tax credit and save on utility bills. (more…)