Laminated glass is becoming increasingly popular due to its tough, robust structure that is difficult to break, making it an excellent alternative for doors and windows.
Laminated Glass Is Shatterproof
Even when subjected to repeated hard impacts, laminated glass does not shatter. Instead, it forms cracks in a circular, spider-web-like pattern while remaining intact within the frame.
Laminated Glass Is UV Resistant
Laminated windows and doors allow sunlight to pass through while blocking out almost all harmful UV radiation. This prevents the fading of interior floors and furnishings.
Laminated Glass Is Soundproof
The resinous interlayer in shatterproof glass prevents sound waves and vibrations from passing through, making it a practical option for noise reduction.
Laminated Glass Is a Great Option for New Installations or Replacements
Laminated glass can be retrofitted into almost any existing door and window system – it can even be retrofitted into most existing frames, provided they are in good condition.