Glazing in Commercial Spaces

What potential customers see from the exterior matters. It sets the tone on how they perceive the business to be like. In business, perception is huge.

While we only see the inside of the display window or the print on the glass, there’s actually a lot involved in choosing glass or glazing in commercial spaces.

Glazing is part of a wall that is made of glass. It also refers to the number of glass panes that make up the window such as single glazing, double glazing, or higher. It can be applied to clear and tinted float glass, tempered glass, laminated glass, and other various coated glass.

Businesses also have to keep in mind the cost of glazing. Glazing can increase appeal, cut costs like heating costs, reduce noise and avoid glass breakage. You can also choose to add tint for privacy and minimize glare.

Professional glaziers can also recommend the kind of frame to use when mounting glass. For commercial spaces, you can mount the glass on wooden frames, aluminum, fiberglass, PVC or other materials. Talk to your glazier about building codes, too. You have to think about what’s acceptable in your municipality when installing glass windows and doors in your shop front.

If you are looking for a qualified glazier in Mandurah, Diverse Glazing Group has been providing glazing service in the area for 15 years. Don’t hesitate to give us a call. We are here 24/7 for emergency glass repairs, too.