Glass is a noble, durable and hygienic material with the ability to allow natural light to filter through. For these various reasons, it is a material that is omnipresent in our daily lives. We offer a wide range of different glasses for different purposes. We have classified the various types of glasses we offer and are readily available in inventory by their possible uses below. It is also possible to search for a product according to the thickness of the glass desired :
By Type of Use
Protective Glass for Furniture
If you wish to install a glass over your furniture to protect the top or to add a decorative element, we recommend the following types of glass. As the glass is exposed, it is recommended to have the edges polished and the corners cut or rounded for a more aesthetic look and for security. Various types of shaping can be done on this type of glass. Note that it is possible to temper the glass for extra strength.
Glass Tables and Shelves
When the glass is used as a tabletop or when the frame of the furniture is empty in the middle, we recommend the following glasses. Tempering is strongly recommended for these types of uses to increase the strength of the glass and for added security. A polished finish, a bevel, rounded corners and one or more holes can be added to your glass top.
Custom Shower Glass
A custom shower is built uniquely to fit your preferences, resulting in a design that’s often more complex and tailored to suit your exact bathroom. It is important to have a quality and well-shaped glass. Tempered glass is a must for showers as it is a stronger and safer alternative to regular glass. It is also possible to add an Enduroshield treatment to shower glass in order to facilitate its maintenance and extend its durability.To learn more about Tempered Glass
Glass for guardrails
Whether it’s to enclose the edge of a pool or patio or for an interior or exterior railing, a glass railing is an installation that reinforces security while being visually discreet. The glass must be tempered to increase resistance and safety.To learn more about Tempered Glass
Glass for Wood and Gas Fireplaces
Types of glass used for wood-burning fireplaces are very resistant to heat. For wood fire places, we recommend using the Robax glass. In the case of gas fireplaces, tempered glass is resistant enough as these are generally less hot than wood fireplaces. Here are commonly used glass types:
Glass for Cabinet Doors/Kitchen Cabinets
When your furniture has glass doors, the following types of glass are generally used :
Glass for Garden Furniture
Garden furniture usually has one of the following types of glass. It is important to temper the glass to give it extra strength and for added security in the event of a break. Depending on the piece of furniture, it is possible that the interlayers of the glass are visible once installed. In these cases, it is recommended to polish the sides of the glass, as well as cutting or rounding the corners of the glass for a more aesthetic and secure finish. Other types of shaping can be done on this type of glass.
Glass for Decorative Frames
Decorative photo frames require a protective glass to keep them in good condition. The different types of glass that exist for this purpose are the following :
Glasses for French Doors
Glasses for French Doors. French doors allow light to travel from room to room in your home which results in a brighter home. The glasses generally used for these doors are the following :To learn more about our Glass Cutting services