Clear glass is all the same, right?
They’re both common window elements. They’ve been used for centuries. And they’re often confused for one another.
The business center at an upscale hotel you’re staying at. The walls of your favorite restaurant. Even your shower.
Glass might not be top of mind as a material that improves a space’s security and safety. Considered a fragile material by many, glass may seem like a material that always needs to be handled with care -- and there are plenty of glass types that do.
Most commercial exterior doors feature glass. With the exception of the hardware, some are even made entirely of glass.
Be it a partition, window in a cabinet or door, or even mirrors, glass pieces are among the most eye-catching elements of a space.
Be it flying debris, an accidental bump, or even an irate customer or angry mob, sometimes glass integrity is tested by tough impacts.
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.
Sketches are quite literally the blueprints of the glass components of your project. The same can be said about templates for specialty shaped glass.