Causing One Problem While Fixing Another

I had a plumbing problem in my bathroom that needed fixing, and since my brother knows a lot about plumbing, I asked him to come over and try to solve the problem. Somehow while trying to fix the problem, he made a huge crack in my glass shower door. The crack was so large that it looked like one wrong close would cause the whole thing to fall apart. I didn’t want to take the chance of using the shower with the crack in it, so I looked for a company that could install shower doors in Somerset County NJ.

Since my brother was the one to put the crack in the glass shower door, he agreed to pay for the cost of the replacement. I was going to pay him for fixing my plumbing, but he told me that I didn’t need to pay for that either. I was pretty mad about the whole thing, but since I didn’t have to pay for anything, I felt a little better about it. I found a local company that told me that they could have the shower door installed in a day, which was good news for me.

Some measurements were taken and an estimate was given before the new glass shower door was added. The installation looked pretty simple to me, and I was thinking that I probably could have figured out how to do it by myself when given enough time, but then again, I probably would have dropped the glass or put a crack in it just like my brother did. Once the new glass door was installed, my brother suggested that it be tested out by taking a shower, only it was him who wanted to use the shower. I told him to go home before he broke the new door.

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