Making an impression is the first step in getting more people to take interest on your shop. Your products or services that you offer can be showcased and highlighted by making smart decisions. The choice you make can greatly influence how you impress people. Being able to catch their attention will mean more business and success.
Elegance And Style
For time immemorial, people see glass as an epitome of style and opulent elegance. Using this perception, glass has the ‘automatic’ ability to influence and capture even the most discriminating tastes. Capitalising on this to highlight your product, glass shopfronts have now taken a more open and altruistic move – frameless!
Why waste the front space of your shop when you can make use of it to advertise your products? Without metal or concrete frames, the whole front becomes your display case. Being frameless exudes an extravagant, elegant, and innovative way of presenting what you have to offer. The simplicity of glass and vibrancy of your own products will hold the attention of passers-by and provide them with a welcoming feel.
Simple Yet Secure
The elegance of glass coupled with safety standards gives you a cost-effective solution that can answer both your shop’s flaunting and security needs. Made of safety A-grade wired glass, it can withstand blows and can stay in place even when broken. Glass shopfronts can also be connected with sophisticated surveillance, as well as security technology, to give you the added peace of mind.
Simple, cost-effective, and secure, start impressing your potential customers and give your regulars the elegance they deserve. Choose from numerous designs or have it customised according to your tastes!
Get in touch with the name that is trusted in Adelaide, Fleurieu Peninsula, and Melbourne for the best workmanship and safety A-grade glass shopfronts. Call Jim’s Glass at 131 546, and get your free measure and quote service now!
Divisional General Manager – Jim’s Glass (Australia)
Board Member – Australian Glass & Glazing Association
President – Glass & Glazing Association of South Australia