GLASS

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Frameless Glass Doors

   Frameless glass walls have long been a popular design element for commercial spaces such as offices, restaurants, hotels and spas. Over the years, designers and architects relied on this space-saver for smaller urban dwellings, where the transparency of glass can both preserve and define space.
     Now, many modern homes contain some form of frameless glass walls, such as glass wall panels for sunrooms, glass wall dividers, glass wall showers, glass knee-walls and glass wall closet partitions.

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Tempered Glass Canopy

       Tempered glass, also known as safety glass, is heat treated to be stronger and more durable than standard annealed glass. The thermal process that cures tempered glass also makes it heat-resistant, making it an ideal choice for applications like glass table covers. tempered glass is heat-treated, it breaks into small, safe pieces rather than large shards. This is called “dicing” and makes tempered glass safer than standard annealed glass.

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Tempered Glass Railings

    Glass railing allows for a great view with a unique look that is sure to impress. Glass railings have an elegant, modern look that adds value to your property along with the safety and security of a sturdy protective barrier. Glass railing systems are commonly utilized on decks, terraces and balconies. Suitable for apartments, hotels, retail premises, and municipal facilities.

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Tempered Glass Shower Enclosure

     Shower Enclosures, also known as shower cubicles are a key component of the modern bathroom. Whilst many of the ladies prefer a long hot soak in a bath, must men prefer a powerful shower. Whether it’s jumping under the water for a quick wash in the morning or enjoying the hot streams after a long stressful day. But unless you’re opting for an over the bath shower, you’re going to need a decent shower enclosure. 

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Tempered Glass Curtain Wall

   Curtain wall systems are non-structural cladding systems for the external walls of buildings. They are generally associated with large, multi-storey buildingsCurtain walls separate the interior from the exterior, but only support their own weight and the loads imposed on them (such as wind loads, seismic loads, and so on) which they transfer back to the primary structure of the building. This is in contrast to many forms of traditional construction in which the external walls are a fundamental part of the primary structure of the building.

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Backpainted Glass
 
       Back painted glass is any form of clear glass that is painted from the back side and viewed from the front side, or "first surface" side. Back painted glass is widely used for architectural spandrel glass, colored glass walls for interior glazing, colored glass back splashes, glass marker boards and dry erase boards, colored glass counter tops, shower walls, artistic glass, auto glass, marine glass, zero space glass, and more. Back painted glass is a modern alternative to other surfacing materials such as tiles and laminates in the world's decorative and architectural industries.

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Frosted Glass

    Frosted glass is an opaque, aesthetically attractive glass type for those who want something a little more unique for their home. Frosted glass is made by a process called acid etching. In this process, abrasives create the frosted glass look.
    Frosted glass is opaque and blurs shapes behind the frosted glass panes. One side of the frosted glass is smooth, and one side will have a slight texture.