We offer several types of window glazing to meet your unique requirements for energy efficiency, privacy, security, safety, noise reduction and budget.
The traditional choice, our clear glass windows include the latest advancements in glazing to help control heat loss and condensation. We recommend Low Emissivity Glass (LoE) for optimal performance.
Low Emissivity Glass (LoE)
Our Cardinal LoE 366 glass offers the ultimate in performance and clarity, with an additional third coating for an ideal balance of solar control and energy savings.
Because it is extremely strong and shatters into tiny pieces on impact, tempered glass reduces the likelihood of injury in the event of breakage. Tempered glass is used for safety in applications such as patio doors, sidelites, and bathroom enclosures for showers and tubs.
An extremely strong safety glass that is highly effective in reducing noise, laminated glass eliminates 99.9% of ultraviolet rays and provides the highest degree of UV protection for home furnishings, carpets and drapes.
In areas such as bathrooms, frosted, etched or translucent glass allows for privacy without compromising on access to available light.
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*Custom obscured glass options available upon request
For privacy and protection from the sun, a transparent plastic film or metallic laminate may be applied to glass windows. Tinted glass is easier to install and more affordable than chemically altered specialty glass. While tinted windows are slightly more expensive, they can reduce energy loss by as much as 30-50%.
Also known as window dividers or grilles, muntins are vertical or horizontal bars applied between the panes of glass to separate the window into multiple lites. They come in a variety of colours and dimensions and create unique patterns and dynamic reflections of light.
With unlimited design possibilities, art glass enhances the dramatic appeal of accent or specialty windows. It can also be used in transoms or sidelites to reflect personal design preferences and complement unique architectural styles.
With the luxurious feel of individual glass panels, divided lites are achieved by applying vinyl, wood or pewter shadow bars between the panes. Simulated Divided Lites (SDLs) come in all custom colours for the classic beauty of a heritage look or the bold styling of a modern design.