Where You Can Use Glass in Your Home
As an architectural element, glass has become the quintessential product for your home or building.
Designers play a key role in the selection and application of glass and with the wide range of applications including concertina doors, louvre windows, kitchen splashbacks and frameless glass showscreens, how glass can be used is only limited by your imagination.
Glass plays a vital role in the internal and external function and design of your project.
Below is a list of some of the many uses of how glass is applied in the building fabric.
Types of Glass
Glass is the most smart, unique and beautiful material in the building fabric.
No matter what scale of operation, from replacing one window in a house to a fully glazed high rise block, the glazing solution will have an impact on the building and its users.
Choosing the right glass makes a difference.
How Energy Efficient Glass Saves You Money
Stay cool in summer and warm in winter - this is what glass can do for you.
Choosing the right 'performance glazing' (energy efficient glass) lets you control how much heat enters or escapes from a building. Let's go through the essentials in understanding how your home's energy flow works.
Australian Standards and their absolute adherence are essential to ensure the protection and safety of people living and working in residential and commercial buildings.
AGGA Accredited Glaziers
Most glazing problems occur right from the outset. They generally stem from the inappropriate selection and installation of glass, often by unqualified tradespeople.
You may find it hard to believe, but today there exist untrained, poorly qualified, unaccredited glaziers working in an industry that demands extreme expertise and care in the specification and installation of glass. This applies to all types of projects – from the simplest residential replacement work to the most complex commercial fit outs.