From table top and cabinet glass to replacement glass…
We cover it all
Our glass gallery shows all different textures of glass that we have available to you. Most of these can be tempered if necessary, and are used for different applications such as cabinet doors, commercial doors, shower doors, windows, etc. We can customize your projects to be what you invision
We have several types of textured glass to give your cabinets a unique look.
Tips on textured glass:
Please remember that the closer you place an object to the glass, the clearer the object will appear through the glass.
Our Glass Textures:
Standard Bronze Tint
Standard Gray Tint
We have heavy glass tops as well as glass tops to protect your furniture…
Here are a list of our glass weight:
- 1/4” (6mm) Thick – 5 LBS. SQ FT.
- 3/8” (100mm) Thick – 7 LBS. SQ FT.
- 1/2” (12mm) Thick – 9 LBS. SQ FT.
- 3/4” (19mm) Thick – 13 LBS. SQ FT.
Types of Edges:
For Covering Furniture:
For glass to protect your furniture, we use 1/4” glass with a polished edge. This can be clear or tinted.
If you have a dark wood finish. We recommend bronze tinted glass so that the edge does not have a green hue and this will blend with the furniture.
If you have a lighter color, or a light natural wood. The clear glass is what is recommended.
We do not recommend beveled glass when covering furniture beacause since the light cannot pass through the glass. The bevel is not seen. Also, a beveled edge is thinner and will be more fragile at this thickness.
For Heavy Glass Tops:
Heavy glass tops add a special touch to any room. From dining tables to sofa tables to coffee tables. You find the base that you want to use, and we can finish off the look with a custom glass top. The options are only limited by your creativity.
The following are the glass tolerances for different glass thicknesses. We try to get as close to the size ordered, but you have to allow for tolerances. If you must have an exact size, it must be ordered as a “drop-in” and an additional charge will be added to the cost of the glass.
- 1/4” Thickness has a Tolerance of +/- 1/8”
- 3/8” Thickness has a Tolerance of +/- 3/16”
- 1/2” Thickness has a Tolerance of +/- 1/4”
- 3/4” Thickness has a Tolerance of +/- 3/8”
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