Commercial and Residential Glass Installer and Manufacturer Resource

The 9 Project Details To Tell Your Commercial Glass Company

Jun 10, 2024 8:00:00 AM / by Greg Martell

There are multiple ways to get started on your next project with your commercial glass company. But there can be a simplified way to streamline your process to get clear results.

Remember: working with a commercial glass company on a project represents a partnership of sorts. The key to a successful partnership?

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Beyond the Glass: What are Muntins & Their Impact

Jun 3, 2024 12:00:00 AM / by Greg Martell

We’ve all walked by a building that had our gaze drawn to a striking window or door design. It’s those small details that leave a lasting impression.

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Glass Cabinetry Fabrication Guide | Wood Styling or Display

Jun 1, 2024 2:17:00 PM / by Greg Martell


Consider your collection of family photographs and mementos. In a traditional wood cabinet its frame and shelves lack transparency and make it difficult to see some of the items on display. 

Glass cabinetry offers an alternative.

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Fire-Rated Glass | 3 Benefits for Commercial Applications

May 29, 2024 10:32:00 AM / by Greg Martell

For any kind of building, there’s no such thing as a small fire. 

Even a small blaze that’s extinguished quickly can cause several hundred to several thousands of dollars in damage in short order. This is especially true for commercial buildings, where the total cost of damages in the United State alone is well into the billions

Staying ahead of a potential fire and the damage it may cause goes far beyond a having a few strategically placed smoke detectors. It requires an always-on, multifaceted approach. 

For any commercial building owner, integrating fire-rated glass throughout the structure can make a big different in how a worst-case scenario plays out and the cost of damage & recovery.

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Glass Fabrication Capabilities Your Glass Vendor Should Have

May 14, 2024 11:03:00 AM / by Greg Martell

Glass is one of the most widely used materials in architectural design and décor. 

Versatile, commercial glass fits many applications and serves many purposes. Whether it’s enhancing privacy and security to updating or creating an aesthetic, there’s plenty commercial glass can do.

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