Earth Shattering and Glass Shattering

There was a earthquake in Brooklyn that shattered all of the glass in my home. Of all places for an earthquake to take place, one had to happen in Brooklyn, and it had to do damage to my home in the way it did. I don’t think anyone else on my street had the same kind of damage. I called a company that supplies custom glass in Brooklyn to have all of my windows and mirrors replaced. In the meantime, I put plastic wrap on the windows to keep bugs from flying in. At this time of the year, there are a lot of bugs that roam around, and they can be pretty annoying.

The glass people took measurements of my windows and bathrooms, and then gave me an estimate for the glass. I figured that the price would be a lot higher than the estimate that they gave me, but the price was pretty reasonable. They even gave me a discount for being a first time customer. After a payment by check, they started working on putting the new glass and mirrors in my home the next day. They did the window installations first, so I wouldn’t have to keep using the plastic wrap.

The workers installed each window one by one. For a single person doing the job on their own, the installation would have probably taken an entire week, but for a team of people, it only took a day. Each glass installation was done by taking the old shards away and putting new glass in the frames. Then they put the mirrors in each of the bathrooms and held them in place with pieces of plastic and screws. My house looked beautiful again, and I was able to have windows that actually worked. Hopefully there will be no more earthquakes.

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