Where Can I Use Structural Glass?
If you have never considered frameless glazing for your property you may be wondering what areas of your building it can be employed?
For this blog, we will explain the different ways you can incorporate structural glazing.
The Different Uses of Structural Glass
Here are five areas of your home that you can easily add structural glazing -
1. Sliding Glass Doors - Sliding glass doors are one of the best ways to create a seamless visual and practical bond between the interior of a building and the outside world. Elegant and secure, they offer an aesthetically striking way to create an access point in and out of your property.
2. Glass Roofs - Glass roofs are an ideal method to flood an interior space with natural light; which is one of the most important benefits of structural glazing. Roofs can be fixed or opening, and they can even be totally frameless, which offers a totally unobscured window to the sky above.
3. Glass Walls - With structural glazing, there is no limit to the size of a minimal window, which means it is even possible to create entirely glazed structural glass walls. These will instantly grab your attention and truly elevate the aesthetic of a property into a new dimension.
4. Minimal Glass Windows - Sometimes a humble window is all that is needed in the design. Using structural glazing, however, can completely transform your style. Minimal glazing can be utilised to create windows with frames that seem almost completely invisible.
5. Glass Extensions - Combining a number of structural glass installations such as walls, sliding doors and roofs, means you can create entirely new sections of your property as a structural glass extension. This will expand the available space in your home plus you get all the added benefit of structural glazing.
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If you have any questions about structural glass and its many applications, please do not hesitate to get in touch with Natralight today.