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We can provide single glazed and double glazed glass and glazing services for residential and commercial applications

 

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Common glass types

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Clear Glass

Clear Glass is a glass manufactured in the float line without any tint or additives, allowing it to be transparent in nature but the presence of iron appears as a slight green tint.

Toughened Glass
 

Toughened glass is a type of safety glass processed by controlled thermal or chemical treatments to increase its strength compared with normal glass. Fully toughened glass is approximately 4 to 5 times stronger than heat treated glass of the same thickness when exposed to uniform static pressure loads.

Low E Glass

Low E Glass is glass that has an almost invisible metal oxide coating that covers the inside of a pane of glass. During winter, Low E glass reflects heat back into the room, so less heat is lost through the windows. In summer, the sun’s heat is reflected back outside.

Laminated Glass
 

Laminated Glass is when two or more panes of glass permanently bonded together with one or more interlayer. Laminated glass offers good acoustic insulation and a high protection factor against burglary.

Tinted Glass

Tinted Glass is a normal clear float glass with metal oxides added. This produces colour tinting which can absorb the heat from the sun so less heat is let through into buildings. The most common colours are grey, bronze, green and blue.

Obscure/Privacy Glass
 

Obscure/privacy glass is a type of glass that is patterned or frosted creating a blurred effect, preventing you from being able to see through it clearly. This type of glass is generally used where more privacy is desired, such as bathrooms, exterior doors and windows.

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