types of glass

Plexiglass and Lexan are virtually unbreakable and shatterproof –making it safer than regular glass.

Laminated glass is a safety glass designed so that if the glass shatters, the shards are held together instead of falling apart.

Tempered glass is designed so that if it breaks, the glass pieces form small pebbles instead of the typical sharp, dangerous shards.

Insulated glass, also known as double-glazing, is specially designed to prevent heat transfer and to conserve energy.

Wire glass is specially designed to be durable against fire and won’t shatter as easily under extreme heat conditions.

Safety glass is designed stronger and in a way to prevent injury if broken.

Patterned glass is specially designed with unique textures to add a look of elegance and style to your home or office.