Glass for architectural applications

Glass for architectural applications

Taking glass to new heights

Choosing the right glass for a building can improve its appearance and performance while helping to reduce energy costs for years to come. Whether you need glass for façades, balustrades, doors, windows, partitions, mirrors or any other building application, Guardian Glass can help you find the right glass for anything you can imagine.

Exterior applications

Cladding

Glass is a beautiful, practical and cost-effective alternative to tiles, paints and other forms of decoration

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Facades

Guardian Glass allows architects to manage every aspect of thermal control, solar control, colour and design to make the right impression with the design of their buildings.

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Windows

Whether you are looking for solar control, thermal insulation, low reflection, safety and security, sound reduction, decoration or privacy, Guardian Glass has a window product that can do all of that–and help save you money for years to come.

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Doors

Occupants arrive in style, and building owners enhance performance, with the right glass for entrances.

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Roofs

Glass can safely be used in the roofs of commercial buildings, allowing more daylight into the building and reducing the need for artificial lighting.

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Skylights

Let light in from above without adding excessive heat. Guardian Glass offers high performance glass that can be used in skylights.

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Secondary glazing units

An independent system fitted on the inside of existing windows reduces heat loss by using a low-emissivity (low-E) coating on the surface of the inner pane that faces the outside.

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Interior applications

Furniture

Glass can be used as a design feature in a variety of furniture products, such as desks, tables, shelves, displays, storage cupboards, wall-claddings, write-boards and two-way mirrors.

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Showers

Glass, such as ShowerGuard, developed specifically for shower enclosures and other applications where glass is in contact with water.

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