Dealing with a broken windshield can be stressful, frustrating, and even scary. If you’ve never gotten a repair for your windshield before, you might have a hard time deciding which company you should choose for your repair needs.
Any driver who believes that they might need a full windshield replacement in Lehigh Valley, PA, is encouraged to contact the team at Alderfer Glass as quickly as possible to get back on the road safely.
Your vehicle’s windshield is one of its most important components. The glass on the front of your vehicle protects you from the elements and is instrumental in keeping you safe in the event of a collision. Small cracks and chips in your windshield can compromise your...
Alderfer Glass has expanded its operations to better serve the eastern Pennsylvania community by opening a brand new location in Allentown in June 2020.
If you need replacement home windows in Limerick, PA, can you count on your homeowner’s insurance to cover the cost? The answer depends on what caused the break.
It’s time to take your redecoration to the next level and consider installing a new shower door. But don’t just go with any old design — choose something that pushes the envelope forward!
If you are planning to remodel your kitchen and wondering what backsplash material to install, we encourage you to consider glass!
A well-made quality glass mirror is a tough thing to replace. Mirrors can add perceived space and aesthetic value to any room in your home and are highly useful for a number of health and cosmetic purposes.
Most drivers already know that getting a new windshield can often result in improved visibility and safety behind the wheel. However, what some may not know is that when you replace the glass of your windshield on newer vehicles, you’ll likely need to recalibrate your vehicle ADAS (Advanced Driver Assistance System) as well.
Fogging windows are a common issue noted during home inspections. The fog often comes and goes and is often worse at night or first thing in the morning. Most concerningly, it is impossible to wipe off because it forms between the two panes of your double-pane glass....