All glass is not created equal, therefore you have to find the right glass for each space within your project. Keep in mind, you may have to use 3 or 4 types of glass to complete your build. So, have you thought about using tempered glass?
Top 4 Ways To Incorporate Tempered Glass
Here are the top four ways builders utilize tempered glass:
Stair Railing – sturdy and holds up to a lot of wear and tear
Table Tops – try it for a conference room table or reception desk
Display Cases – great choice for retail store fixtures and shelving
Office Partitions – doesn’t break if someone bumps into it
Tempered glass has a lot of versatility. It falls within the “safety” glass family, because when it is hit or damaged, it immediately crumbles to the floor instead of shattering everywhere.
Tempered Glass Certification
When you need tempered glass, look for one that is certified by the SGCC (Safety Glazing Certification Council). AGI holds tempered glass certifications for 1/4, 3/8 and 1/2 inch glass thicknesses. Tempered glass from AGI is glass you can trust for all your projects.
Glass cabinet doors are a welcome addition to any kitchen. Use glass to provide a fresh and modern look to any space. They not only break up the monotony of repetitive solid cabinet faces, but they allow the home buyer to showcase beautiful dishware and collectibles.
Clear glass cabinet doors create an illusion of depth and increased visual square footage. Whereas decorative glass, allows your kitchen to maintain the luxurious and elegant look of glass without your buyer worrying about having “less-than-perfectly” stacked dishware. There are several types of glass you may use for your kitchen, such as clear, reeded, frosted and seeded, which gives you flexibility in how you design and style the kitchen.
Make your builds stand out with a showstopping kitchen that features glass cabinetry. Contact AGI for all your cabinet glass needs.