An old glass patio door that is ignored could end in shattered glass and water damage inside the home, so repairing and upgrading glass windows and doors is advisable regardless of how any given hurricane behaves.
Miami, Florida (PRWEB)
September 17, 2017
September 17, 2017 – Miami, FL.
Express Glass and Board Up, a sliding glass door repair company for Miami and the greater Florida area at http://www.expressglassfl.com/miami-glass-window-repair/, is proud to announce a new blog post about the dilemma of “repair vs. replace” for sliding glass doors and home windows.
“Hurricane Season ishere and we want to remind Miami the urgency in evaluating their sliding glass doors and windows carefully, regardless of what happens,” commented Yaniet Santos, general manager of Express Glass. “An old glass patio door that is ignored could end in shattered glass and water damage inside the home, so repairing and upgrading glass windows and doors is advisable regardless of how any given hurricane behaves.”
To review the new blog post please go to http://www.expressglassfl.com/blog/sliding-glass-door-repair/repair-replace-miami-sliding-glass-door-ask-us/. Miami residents choosing between sliding glass door repair or replacement before Hurricane Irma may arrive may find advice to assist in their choice. To read the Express Glass hurricane preparedness page, please visit; http://www.expressglassfl.com/hurricane-preparedness/. Florida residents can review important information regarding hurricanes and tropical cyclones.
An Important Decision for Miami Residents: Sliding Glass Door Repair vs. Replace Before a Storm Arrives
Here is background on this release. Miami residents have been warned to prepare for Hurricane Irma barreling down towards Florida, but at the time of this writing, no one knows for certain how this particular hurricane may evolve.
But for all hurricanes the choices are as follows. Many homeowners may plan to avoid the storm by boarding up the house and driving to visit relatives further inland. Others could choose to stay and protect the home. In the business district, shop owners might be working overtime to secure a property and keep inventory dry. If reviewing a hurricane preparedness checklist, all property owners may have to make an urgent decision…