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2 Advantages of Using Safety Glass For Storefront

Glass is a structural element across many industries. Various characteristics of glass, like transparency, sturdiness, aesthetics and longevity lead to it being used widely in residential, commercial, and industrial construction. Many types of glass are available these days depending on the requirement. However, safety glass is arguably the most popular type of glass. 

Safety glass is majorly divided into the following types — toughened/tempered glass, laminated glass, architectural glass and wire mesh glass. These types of glass are tough to break and even if broken, are less likely to pose a threat such as broken shards with sharp edges. The aforementioned properties make safety glass a must requirement in interior decoration and manufacturing glass doors for offices and shops.


Two Advantages of Using Safety Glass for Storefront 




Storekeepers need to let the customers know what they have to sell or offer. While opaque doors, windows or shutters would prevent the passerby from checking the interiors of a store, a glass door could be helpful. 

Using safety glass for storefronts would be convenient for customers as they would be able to take a look inside while walking down the street. This could increase the chances of them spotting something they need even if they don’t enter the shop. As for the shop owners, it would increase their possibility of inviting potential customers.




While there are many benefits of using safety glass for storefronts from a business point of view, the level of safety plays a significant part. Safety glass is the sturdiest and the safest of all types of glass. It is less likely to break, and even if it breaks, safety glass is more likely to break into granular chunks rather than shards with sharp edges. 

We produce top-quality safety glass at All Team Glass that suits your residential and commercial spaces. Contact now and help us assist you in meeting your requirements.


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