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Privacy. Safety. Code requirements. Choose the glass that suits your needs


Obscure – Obscure door and window glass protects
your privacy but allows abundant light to enter the room. Choose from a variety
of colors and texture patterns for a translucent to semi-opaque effect.

  • P516
  • Narrow Reed Window Glass
    Narrow Reed
  • Cross Reed Window Glass
    Cross Reed
  • Aquatex Window Glass
  • #42 Clear Window Glass
    #42 Clear
  • Glue Chip Window Glass
    Glue Chip
  • Rain Window Glass
  • Solid Translucent Etch Matte
    Solid Translucent Etch Matte

Tinted – Tinted door and window glass provides additional
shading from direct sunlight and warm conditions. Choose from a variety of tones
and thicknesses.

  • SunCoat™ Low-E
    SunCoat® Low-E
  • Bronze
  • Gray
  • Evergreen
  • Azurlite

Additional Glass Options – For even higher performance, Options
offers these door and window glass options.

  • Tempered – Tempered glass is extremely strong and often
    used for its safety characteristics. Not only is it extra strong, but when it
    breaks, it breaks into little pebble-like pieces without sharp edges. Tempered
    glass is ideal for reducing the likelihood of injury in the event of breakage in
    applications like patio doors, side lights and bathroom enclosures for showers
    and tubs.
  • Laminated – Laminated glass is highly effective in reducing
    noise. It also eliminates 99.9% of ultraviolet rays, providing the highest
    degree of protection from the sun for your home furnishings. Concerned about
    excessive outdoor noise? Get the utmost protection against noise with our Sound Control Windows.
  • Argon-Filled – Optional argon gas, used between panes, is
    also available to further improve thermal performance.