Glass Design Elements
Let the light peek in or shine brightly, depending upon the style and size of the glass options you choose. Beyond their beauty, glass options offer practical benefits as well: glazing options that save heating and cooling costs, and reduce sound, as well as increase stability, depending upon your home environment and weather conditions.
Standard glazing is ¾" clear, tempered, dual-glazed, eco-Performance™ glass with a dark bronze composite spacer bar (pictured at right). Some glass size limitations may exist. Breather tubes are required on all windows and doors (with glass) installed at or above 4,000 feet.
Tempered and untempered glass, when placed next to each other, will appear to have a slight color variation. Glass shown was photographed against a gray background. All glass except for bronze tint and gray tint will appear clear.
SolarBan® 60 Low-E & Sungate® 500
An unobstructed pane, this glass has a higher UV rating than clear, significantly reducing the UVwavelengths that pass through.
Tiny little air bubbles give Seedy glass an authentic, historic look, Not available in tempered, this glass is suitable for applications where extreme heat is not an issue.
Kokomo Seedy glass contains tiny air bubbles, giving it a classically weathered look with some visibility and ample light.
Soft, wavy and reminiscent of rippling water, Aquatex allows you to see through while enhancing privacy as well.
With a finely etched pattern created by master artisans, Glue Chip glass has a handcrafted look that is distinctive, allowing for privacy and light.
As if streams of water were gently running down the glass, Rain glass captures a sense of vibrancy, movement and light.
Cardinal 366 High-Performance
Cardinal 366 is the best overall energy performance glass we offer, delivering an ideal balance of solar control and high visibility.
Cardinal 272 High-Performance
Cardinal 272 is a high performance, low-e glass that has no haze or bluish cast, making it one of the clearest available today.