How Can I Solve My Garage Problem

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The garage is where we keep our cars. It is a place where we do maintenance work and clean them. The garage is also a place where we store items that are corrosive or poisonous that is not supposed to be touched by children. At the same time, this is a place where ‘do-it-yourself’ are done, especially the ones that include harmful liquids.

But are these enough reasons to neglect the garage? No! The garage is still an integral and important place in the home, and protecting the walls around it can also mean protecting the home’s structure.

Walling In

It is by the walls that we line up things that we had set aside. Some of these things contain toxic and corrosive liquids that may leak and can stain, and seep into the structure or ruin the wall’s finish. Battery acid, fertilizers, paint, lacquer remover, and others are just examples of things that are stored in the garage. Protecting the walls from these can be one of the best decisions you’ll ever make for your home.

Glass splashbacks are not for the kitchen alone. They can be installed anywhere in the home where there is constant water exposure, as well as dangers that may arise from spilling and splashing dangerous liquids. Line the garage walls with glass splashbacks and protect the wall behind it!

Who Are You Going To Call

Made of safety A-grade toughened glass, you can be sure that the glass is durable and can provide the protection that your home needs. This type of glass also ensures the safety of the people going in and around the area from serious injuries in the event that the glass should break.

There is a name in the yellow pages that are trusted by many homeowners for their professional glazing services. Jim’s Glass is the name to call when you want functional glass installations within your home or office. Dial 131 546 today and get your free measure and quote!

Phillip-Mauviel-Jims-Glass How Can I Solve My Garage Problem

Divisional General Manager – Jim’s Glass (Australia)
Board Member – Australian Glass & Glazing Association
President – Glass & Glazing Association of South Australia