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Yes we do install shower doors and mirrors.

Laminated glass is a form of Safety Glass that is manufactured by sandwiching a layer of Polyvinyl Butyral (PVB) between two pieces of glass. It then goes through a heating and pressure process in an autoclave to firmly adhere the glass to the innerlayer. This is the same type of glass used in the windshield of your automobile. If broken, the glass is held together by the innerlayer and provides a high level of both safety and security.

Mirror Mastic:

  • Provides tight and permanent bond.
  • Perfect for DIY projects.
  • Can be used in high humidity areas (30° up to 100°F).
  • Environmentally friendly & low emitting material.

Decorative Clips:

  • Install on corners or sides of lighter weight mirrors.
  • Installation screws and anchors are included.
  • Come in three finishes: chrome, brass, and brushed nickel.

J-bars or L-bars

  • Used to support the top or bottom of a heavier mirror.
  • Available in three finishes: chrome, brushed nickel and brass

Tempered glass is stronger than standard glass and does not shatter into large shards when broken. Tempered glass is often used in applications where using standard glass could pose a potential danger. Manufactured through a process of extreme heating and rapid cooling, tempered glass is much harder and stronger than normal glass.

We offer four different types of edging for your glass table top. The type of edging you choose will be influenced by the use to which you put the table. Here are the basic edges: Seamed edge – removes the sharpness for safer handling. In this application, after the glass is cut the edges are sanded to dull the sharp edges. This is to make the glass safe to handle. Choose a seamed edge if the glass is to be framed and in applications where the edges are not visible. Flat edge – a polished “square” edge. In this application the edge of the glass have been polished to a smooth shiny finish. Choose a flat polish when the edge of the glass are visible and you prefer a minimalistic look. Pencil edge – a polished round edge. In this application the edge of the glass have been polished to a smooth shiny rounded finish. Beveled edge – a straight sloped edge from 1/2 inch to 1-1/2 inch slope. In this application the edge of the glass are cut and polished in an angle with a specific bevel width. Bevel width must be specified by the customer and can be range in size from 1/4″ to 1-3/4″. Most common one is 1″. Bevel width must be entered in the system when pricing and ordering.

tempered glass tabletop is perfect for dining rooms, making them feel more special and formal. If you’re thinking about adding a tempered glass top to your dining table and wondering about what thickness is best, read on.

Tempered glass is perfect for dining tables because they are long-lasting, resistant to heat, and don’t scratch easily. For the dining table, you can either have a table made from glass and place that over a table stand or you can have a glass top made for an existing table.

As for the thickness of your tempered glass table top, this depends largely on the size of your dining table. Thinner glass, such as 3/16 inch, is best if you’re opting for a glass cover or protective cover to place on top of your current dining table. Thicker glass, such as 1/2 inch or 3/8 inch, is more appropriate for glass pieces that will be placed on top of a pedestal or stand and will be used as the actual dining table surface.

Thicker glass is also best for when your dining table is on the large side and/or will be used to support heavy loads, i.e. if you have a big family or frequently host parties. If your table is at least 24 inches in diameter, a glass thickness of at least 1/4 inch is best.

In general, 1/2 and 3/8 inch thickness are the most durable and most attractive. 1/4 inch thickness are best for smaller tables such as patio tables and coffee tables.

When cleaning your glass table, choose a good quality glass cleaner that will not leave unsightly streaks. Use a lint-free cloth, or better yet, some crumpled newspaper or coffee filters, to wipe down the glass, taking care not to use too much of the cleaner.

If the glass is framed by wood or other non-glass material, do your best to keep the glass cleaner on the glass so you don’t ruin non-glass material. Two popular products for cleaning glass include Windex and the powdered version of Bar Keepers Friend cleaner (which also works great on other various household surfaces.) Another great and chemical-free option would be to use a polishing microfiber cloth designed specifically for cleaning glass surfaces with a water spray bottle.

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