Glass Types




Annealed Glass that is used for shop windows, large display windows and large domestic application. Thickness may vary depending on the breakage risk of the particular situation or size of pane.



Double Glazed

This product has become very popular for its insulation capability and sound deadening. Used to block street noise or factory noise in offices. This product minimises condensation. The construction is two pieces of glass with a spacer in-between sealed around the edges to form an air tight pocket. This form of glazing is very popular in Europe where the climate is colder.




Tinted with mirror finish ideal for use in offices or wherever privacy is necessary. This product works on light sensitivity and when used on a building exterior reduces heat in the room.




With the special mirror back coating this product can be cut and shaped to suit any opening or space. Mirrored glass comes in a range of thicknesses and can be bevelled, etched or surface treated.




Heat treated and tempered. This glass is four to five times stronger than annealed glass of the same thickness. Used in full panel doors, sliding or hinged and particularly in overhead glazing, ballustrades, stair well glass and floor to ceiling glazing.




6.38 minimum laminate. Designed not to shatter, and is used in most aluminium sliding, full panel or hinged door applications.




This product is ideal for hot, sunny areas as it reduces fading of furniture and fittings and reduces heat. Available in a large range of colours and tint gradient.



Glass Block

The standard size of these structural blocks is 190 x 190mm by 80mm. These can be used as full wall partitions or partial partitions and are supplied in a number of different patterns, tinted or coloured. These can be installed using packers or grouted between blocks. Installation using combi clips or rod strengthening can increase the load bearing and structural capabilities of the wall.