Glass had been deemed “the material of the century” for its durability, functionality, and beauty. Many have chosen glass as a material for their homes and offices, and have been reaping the benefits of modern glass.
What Glass Is Good For
Made to withstand the rigors of everyday living, safety A-grade glass is now the glass to use for glass solutions. This type of glass is made to either break in rounded granules or stay in place when broken to ensure maximum safety of its users making it ‘kidsafe.’
Energy efficiency is one aim that is hoped to be achieved with the usage of glass. Natural lighting is let in and artificial light to pass through to illuminate more of the room instantly making it brighter.
With the dwindling number of trees that contribute to global warming, the use of glass lessens the global use of trees as materials for building. Although trees remain to be an important part in construction, a considerable amount of wood is lessened with the use of glass for doors and others.
Moulds and mildew had long been proven to be a health menace in homes. They are liable to cause respiratory illnesses, infections, as well as allergies among many others. Glass discourages the growth of moulds and fungus as it is non-porous and easily cleaned. It is the right choice when others simply give out a temporary solution. Why? Because glass can make it close to being permanent!
Call the experts in Adelaide, Fleurieu Peninsula, and Melbourne. Get in touch with Jim’s Glass at 131 546 now, and talk to our friendly and helpful customer service specialists. We would like to hear from you and can give you the glass solution that you are looking for!
Divisional General Manager – Jim’s Glass (Australia)
Board Member – Australian Glass & Glazing Association
President – Glass & Glazing Association of South Australia