No one wants to spend more money than they have to in keeping a space’s temperature comfortable.
While often used in projects for functionality and appearance, glass is also a material that keeps your property and those inside safe.
Be it china cabinet passed down through the generations to an historic building, tackling a restoration project of any size is an exercise in commitment.
There are times when traditional glass can’t fulfill your design dreams. You might be creating a building with character, starting a renovation project, or simply fashioning cabinets and cupboards with a distinctive appearance.
Be it flying debris, an accidental bump, or even an irate customer or angry mob, sometimes glass integrity is tested by tough impacts.
As one of the more expensive glass types on the market, fire-rated glass has proven itself as a worthwhile investment.
Glass design details can make the difference between a glass piece that is easy to install or one that’s outright unusable -- which can lead to costly delays.
Working with a commercial glass company on a project represents a partnership of sorts.
Details matter when fabricating a piece of commercial glass.
From creating an elegant custom shower enclosure to fitting seamlessly into an odd-shaped space, tempered glass can be cut into almost any shape your project demands.