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Custom Fabricated Glass Marker Boards

Custom Fabricated Glass Marker Boards

Custom glass marker boards are utilized in numerous industries and agencies across the country. Glass marker boards have become increasingly popular in churches, corporations, education facilities, and government agencies.

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What is Low Iron Glass

What is Low Iron Glass

Low iron glass delivers maximum clarity and color neutrality. It elevates light transmission and presents views that are true to life. Manufactured using a proprietary process, quality materials, and low iron content, iron glass is noticeably clearer and more color-neutral than standard clear glass.

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8 Types of Insulated Glass for Windows

8 Types of Insulated Glass for Windows

Homeowners and business owners have multiple options for choosing window glass. The type of glass they choose depends on factors such as climate control, location, construction materials, and exposure to the sun.

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Glass Fabrications vs. Glass Manufacturing: What’s the Difference?

Glass Fabrications vs. Glass Manufacturing: What’s the Difference?

You may hear the terms glass manufacturing and glass fabrication interchangeably. Although many people in the glass industry use both terms every day, there can be much confusion over what they actually mean and how they are applied into the products and services that are offered.

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How is Commercial Etched Glass Made?

How is Commercial Etched Glass Made?

Glass etching produces unique designs across the surface of a piece of glass. Northwestern Glass Fab provides etched glass customized just the way you like it.

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What are Electric Door Strikes, and How Do They Keep Your Building Secure?

What are Electric Door Strikes, and How Do They Keep Your Building Secure?

Determining who can enter a space and controlling access are central to a building’s security. One of the most common methods of controlling access to a building or space is the electric door strike. Electric door strikes are used frequently in lock hardware.

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5 Creative Ideas for Your Interior Glass Design

5 Creative Ideas for Your Interior Glass Design

Among the most important elements for any interior design, glass influences the feel and purpose of a room dramatically. Glass offers an elegant, dramatic design option. With the versatility of glass and modern fabrication techniques, the limits for design uses are virtually nonexistent.

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Understanding How Glass is Fire-Rated

Understanding How Glass is Fire-Rated

When it comes to keeping a building’s occupants safe, the materials used in the building’s construction can play a crucial role in fire safety. The glass in standard windows will break when the temperature exceeds 250 degrees Fahrenheit. A broken window allows oxygen into a space, fueling a fire and causing it to expand.

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The Benefits of Insulated Glass for a Commercial Building

The Benefits of Insulated Glass for a Commercial Building

Investing in insulated glass windows can offer a significant return on your investment. Insulated glass windows are more energy efficient, which is great for the environment. The energy efficiency creates fewer greenhouse gas emissions and burns fewer fossil fuels. Northwestern Glass Fab provides custom insulated glass that consistently meets or exceeds the Insulated Glass Certification Council (IGCC) standards. Below are some features and benefits of insulated glass.

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Demountable Glass Walls for Commercial Properties

Demountable Glass Walls for Commercial Properties

Running a successful business — be it a hot Internet start-up or a Fortune 500 company — can be challenging. There’s always a growing list of expenses that can eat into your profits. These include energy costs, taxes, healthcare expenses, etc. but for a growing business, one of the most concerning factors are the costs of expanding your business. The cost of leasing additional office space or acquiring more real estate to accommodate your growing workforce can be greatly reduced by the use of detachable glass walls in your commercial property.

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