Glass

Carefully handled to maintain its integrity, the glass we use will provide you with utmost safety. Choose from a variety of glass options to match the look you want for your home. Available in: Clear, Aqua Blue, Beryl Green, Bronze, Euro Grey, Dark Grey and Frosted.

Glass Options

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Float glass has a transparent, flat and smooth surface. It is the most common type of glass because of its clarity, hardness, and durability in ever-changing weather.

Tinted glass offers shade from direct sunlight along with some privacy too. It gives a striking visual effect but is also energy efficient by reducing your air conditioning usage costs!

Clear Float / Tinted Float

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Put simply, double-glazed glass comprises two sheets of glass, separated by an air-filled cavity that is completely sealed. No more condensation and no more unnecessary noise while doubling down on your safety.

Double Glazed

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It is a common type of safety glass, made by sandwiching a vinyl interlayer between two or more sheets of glass. This reinforces the strength of the glass and makes it more resistant to shattering so you can be safe from intruders and harsh weather.

Laminated

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Low-E glass refers to glass with a low-emissivity coating. It minimises heat gain or loss through the glass by reflecting the sun’s rays, hence reducing your air-con usage. Installing this is a little like cashback on your household’s electrical bill!

Low-Emissivity

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Magic Glass will revolutionize the way you view privacy. Switch between clear or frosted glass at the push of a button to instantly enjoy either an open or private space. With technology this stunning, you’ll just have to see it for yourself.

Magic Glass

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Tempered glass can be up to four times stronger than normal glass of the same size and thickness. In the unlikely event that it breaks, it shatters into harmless fragments that significantly reduces the risk of injury.

Tempered