Why Should I Put Numbers On My Fridge

Article-83-183x300 Why Should I Put Numbers On My Fridge	When something gets broken, you should have it fixed at once. This is a rule of thumb that responsible homeowners adhere to. No matter what the circumstance is, getting things repaired is something you would want to do.

Broken glass is no exception. It should be replaced as soon as possible lest you want serious injuries to occur, which I believe is something that no one wants to happen.

The Broken Glass Dilemma

Most of us place emergency numbers on the doors of our fridge since it is easily seen and accessible to all. When glass breaks in the house, we look for someone who can do the job fast but reliable – using materials according to safety standards, as well as giving workmanship that is beyond compare. Replacements should be done within 24 hours.

Getting Fast And Reliable Help

Professional glaziers are often the first people that we ask help from when glass gets broken. That’s right! However, getting the best people to do the job for you can be a daunting experience. The quality of workmanship, as well as the materials to be used on any replacement should be according to glass safety standards. Never bank on anyone who cannot attest to be the name you can trust.

Fast, reliable, and up to standard workmanship is what we look for especially with glass replacements. Choose a professional glazing company who is able to extend help 24 hours a day, 7 days a week to answer your emergency glazing needs. Select the one that has a long track record of being able to do an exceptional job.

Get in touch with Jim’s Glass, the name you can trust with all your glazing needs. With services available in Adelaide, Fleurieu Peninsula, and Melbourne, theirs is the only name worthy to be placed on your fridge door. Call 131 546 and get that glass replaced!

Phillip-Mauviel-Jims-Glass Why Should I Put Numbers On My Fridge

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