There's something special about dining in a room that blurs the boundary between the indoors and the outdoors. It's kind of like picnicking without the ants and the mosquitos, yet with all the beauty of the sunlight, green trees and grasses, flowers or, in the case of an evening meal, a starlit sky.
Topics: Home Design
When you're looking to transform your home, it's important to look at the ways to do this, and Cover Glass offers an array of options that completely changes your home living experience.
Imagine an entire wall of glass that's a system of frameless doors, allowing you a unique, uninterrupted view of the outside.
Topics: top hung glass systems
Every architectural feature of a home needs to keep in mind the style of the property. Sliding glass doors are no exception.
Topics: glass colors
Boasting an incredible ocean-front view of the Pacific, the Liebman’s came to Cover Glass with the idea of transforming their indoor/outdoor living space into something gorgeously efficient.
As a homeowner that’s looking for inspiration and ideas to transform your home’s interiors into a reflection of your style and tastes, you can never go wrong with Instagram.
Topics: interior design
Through the years, Cover Glass has worked with a good number of successful home builders and contractors. What we’ve learned during that period is that the best of them know exactly how to make their businesses stand out.
If your home has a waterfront view, you need to be making the most of it. A window is good, frameless glass is better, but a frameless sliding glass wall is best of all.
When you’re looking to install sliding glass doors in your home, one of the first decisions is often how you will use the window.
The major debate when it comes to sliding glass door systems is whether top hung or bottom rolling is better.
Before purchasing a sliding glass system for your home, you need to think about the pros and cons of the two options, as they have vastly different things to offer in terms of safety, function, and aesthetics.