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Tips To Choosing
THE BEST GLASS
The Phoenix skyline wouldn’t be the
same without those gleaming windows
reflecting the sunset in the evening.
You might have also noticed how the
right glass can enhance a building’s sleek
design or spruce up a home’s
Most people don’t realize just how much
thinking goes into glass selection.
Today’s manufacturing processes
provide you with multiple options for
glass types, finishes and thicknesses.
Making the best choice for your
building is easier when you’ve done
some pre-consultation planning.
Create a List
The temptation to pick glass
with the most features is strong.
While going all-out tends to work
for many projects, it might not be
necessary with doors and windows.
For example, you might not want tinted
glass if your goal is to set up displays for
people to see from the sidewalk.
The opposite can also be true.
Knowing beforehand that breakage
is an issue helps you to focus on
stronger types during your consultation.
Types of Glass
Our professionals know how to talk
about their speciality in a way that any
home or commercial building owner
It still helps to have at least a general
idea of how the various glass types
differ, along with their benefits.
Brushing up on these basics will get
you off to the right start.
Sometimes referred to as
float glass, you’ll find this type
in many buildings.
It is known for being less
expensive than other types.
The lower cost does come
with the drawback of being
more prone to breakage.
This type goes through a special
thermal process that makes it
four to five times stronger than
You might prefer this type in
areas that get bumped regularly,
such as a front door.
Parts of your building with
heightened safety and security
concerns can benefit from this
Laminated glass has two panes
with special film in between that
makes it harder to