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Pacific Shores Windows & Doors

10573 Ellis Avenue, Fountain Valley, CA 92708
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Business Description

Pacific Shores Windows & Doors is a family-owned and operated business in Fountain Valley. The company of over two decades caters to residential and commercial property owners. Since its establishment in 1984, the window and door contractor has provided various windows and door designs for the people in the metro. The companys' windows and doors are made of fiberglass, vinyl, aluminum, and sliding glass. It also offers installation for nearby areas provided by its experienced installation crew.


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Frequently Asked Questions

How do you remove deep scratches from car window glass?

White toothpaste that contains baking soda can be an effective remedy to remove scratches. Scratch removal kits that utilize acrylic scratch remover can also handle deep scratches. However, if scratches are actually cracks, replacement is a better option.

Where do you buy window glass?

Window glass can be purchased from most hardware stores, including smaller local retailers. Specialty glass is most commonly available from glass retailers. Glass retailers can also cut glass to size to match window dimensions.

How do you clean cloudy glass windows?

If traditional glass cleaners don't work to clean a cloudy glass windows, a DIY mixture of water, white vinegar, and dish soap can be effective. Simply spray the mixture on the glass and wipe away with a clean cloth or paper towel.

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