Daryn Weatherman opened St. Charles Glass and Glazing Inc. in 1995.
Daryn Weatherman's Bio:
Daryn Weatherman's company has worked with major contractors including Alberici, Duke Construction, RG Brinkman, Tarlton Construction, Alberici, Paric and Clayco to name a few.Daryn Weatherman, owner and founder of St. Charles Glass and Glazing Inc, is proud to serve the Greater St. Louis and surrounding areas.
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Daryn Weatherman at Daryn WeathermanOctober 2013 - December 2013
Choosing Glass Cabinet Fronts for Your Kitchen Cabinets Glass cabinet fronts have become one of the hottest kitchen trends in recent years. According to Daryn Weatherman, many homeowners are choosing to replace their existing wood paneled cabinet doors with those that feature glass panels. The process of choosing a glass cabinet front has never been easier; homeowners have the option of choosing from many different varieties and textures that are sure to compliment any kitchen décor. When it comes to choosing the right type of glass cabinet front for your kitchen, Daryn Weatherman has some suggestions. If you are considering using clear glass cabinet fronts, the experts at St. Charles Glass and Glazing state that this option is great for use in kitchens. It allows for easy visibility into your cabinets which makes it easier to locate certain items that you may be looking for. When choosing a clear glass cabinet front you should ensure that the design you choose is made using tempered glass. This will help reduce the chance of the glass panel breaking and causing injury. If are considering replacing your existing cabinet fronts with glass, you should take into consideration that everything in your cabinets will be visible. This means that you may have to rearrange what is placed in the cabinets with glass panels to make them more appealing to the eye. Daryn Weatherman states that in addition to clear glass, homeowners also have the option of choosing frosted glass cabinet fronts. This particular type of glass is a great addition to any modern kitchen. Frosted glass provides your kitchen with a sleek modern look and keeps the contents of your cabinets hidden from guests. When choosing to use frosted glass, homeowners have the option of personalizing the glass with a design or monogram if they choose. This special touch may cost a bit more, but for homeowners who are looking for that personal addition to their kitchen this option may be worth considering. Another option available is textured glass. This type of glass cabinet front is appealing to the eye and can feature textures such as, pebbles, grooves, ribs and bevels. This is a popular option for homeowners who would prefer the contents of their cabinets not be visible while still providing their kitchen with a modern and appealing look. While adding a layer of dimension and interest to cabinet fronts, it also helps disguise fingerprints and smudges which are highly visible in other glass cabinet front options. Daryn Weatherman also recommends that homeowners consider the option of seeded glass. This type of glass features tiny bubbles which resemble seeds. It can also feature a wavy design as well as various sizes of seeds. If you would the contents of your cabinets to be somewhat visible, it is recommended that you choose a design featuring smaller seeds. How to Design a Frameless Shower If you have watched any of the home remodeling shows on TV you have probably seen a frameless shower featured. Daryn Weatherman states that this type of shower design is among the hottest bathroom trends and can give your existing bathroom a whole new look. But he also states that there are some things that you should keep in mind when designing your frameless shower. According to the glass experts at St. Charles Glass and Glazing, the first thing you should take into consideration is the thickness of the glass you will be using. It is recommended that you choose a glass that is between ½” or 3/8” thick. The thickness of the glass that is used will greatly depend on the design of your frameless shower. Whether it is going to be attached to a wall or another glass panel will have an impact on the thickness of glass that you should use. After you have determined the configuration of your shower and chosen the appropriate thickness your next decision will be the style of glass that will be used. If you are using the thicker 3/8” glass you will have more options to choose from. These options can range from patterns, tints and textures. If you do not want to hide all of the tile work that you had done, you may want to choose an option that is clearer in appearance than a textured or tinted design, states Daryn Weatherman. After you have settled on the tint or texture of your glass panels your next decision is what type of hinge would you like to use on your doors. If you are interested in showing as much glass as possible, you should consider using a pivot hinge. These types of hinges will be attached on the top and bottom of the shower door making them less noticeable. Homeowners also have the option of using side-mount hinges which are attached by notches in the sides of the glass shower door. These types of hinges are more visible than pivot hinges and will be more noticeable in your frameless shower design. Daryn Weatherman also recommends that when deciding on the configuration of your frameless shower that you decide how you would like your door to open. You have the option of choosing from a corner opening or an inline opening. If you are not using a single door design, both of these options will provide you with the desired frameless shower look you are going for. There are many different configurations that you can choose from when planning a frameless shower, it is recommended that you choose a design that will work with the size and layout of your bathroom.
Daryn Weatherman at Daryn WeathermanJune 2012 - Present | united state
As a resident of St. Charles, Weatherman wanted to provide an expert and reliable resource for developers doing glass projects in the Greater St. Louis.
Daryn Weatherman's Education:
California School Nutrition2009 – 2012interConcentration: AssociationActivities: Daryn Weatherman outstanding businessman
Daryn Weatherman's Interests & Activities:
Business, Finance, Marketing, construction