Ever stood in front of a recently cleaned window and notice it seems like it’s not even there? Or what about a glass table cover or custom shower enclosure?
Most commercial exterior doors feature glass. With the exception of the hardware, some are even made entirely of glass.
Commercial mirror isn’t a one-size-fits-all product. That’s why there are seemingly countless options.
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.
Working with a commercial glass company on a project represents a partnership of sorts.
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.
Sketches are quite literally the blueprints of the glass components of your project. The same can be said about templates for specialty shaped glass.
As anyone who works with commercial glass projects knows, incorporating glass elements into the décor adds a bold touch of beauty and elegance to any environment.
With up to 40% of a property's annual energy budget dedicated to heating and cooling costs, anything that you can do to improve a businesses' energy efficiency won't just help it become more sustainable — but it will result in more disposable income as well.
When designing a commercial space, designers and contractors often focus on the actual shape of the space, thinking about the space and its furnishings, form, and function.
In addition to creating a perfectly functioning space with the typical tools, a commercial designer or contractor can elevate their design plans by incorporating colored glass products within the build itself.
You can use glass elements and glass statements in your design to add an additional texture to your design's texture palette, cast light into the interior in interesting, pleasant, or thought-provoking ways, to create semi-private spaces, and even to change the feel of your design, taking it from mainstream to modern or using beveled glass to create a more classically appointed atmosphere.