Custom Cut Glass (17)

Beveled Edge:

For a decorative look, Customers can select the beveled edge option, that requires the glass edges to be cut and polished to achieve an aesthetically appealing even and glossy finish. Our standard beveling width is 1 ¼”. Our customers enjoy this choice as it matches any décor, augmenting the look and feel of your contemporary lifestyle.

Flat Polished Edges:

The flat edge mirror is our most popular finish, consisting of sanding and polishing the glass edges to acquire a satiny smooth, glossy finish. This is the best way to highlight the thickness of the glass and this strategy provides for a very modern look to augment your living space.

Seamed Edge:

This choice is for safety as the edges are sanded down to remove ragged edges. Seamed edges are suited for framing due to their unfinished appearance. It is the most economical edge but it’s only recommended if the edges will be completely covered. For Glass Protector Tops, table tops, shelves, or anywhere the edge will be seen, only polished edges should be ordered.

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Hydrofluoric acid must be applied on the glass to deliver a frosted look to its surface to produce Acid Etched Glass. Dependent on customer requirements, customized designs can be introduced to the glass in this acid-etching process and this can be accomplished on individual sheets of glass cut to size, be created on a portion of the glass or on large glass sheets.

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  • A Unique Glass Replacement
  • Glass Shelving
  • DIY & Design Projects
  • Table Tops
  • Coffee Tables
  • Showers
  • Furniture
  • Railings
  • Art Glass
  • Fireplace Replacement Glass
  • Display

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Tempered or toughened glass is a type of safety glass processed by controlled thermal treatments to increase its strength as opposed to normal glass, which does not require this additional treatment. The manufacturing process places the outer surfaces under compression and the interior in a state of tension. Tempered glass is approximately four times stronger than “regular” or annealed glass. Also known as safety glass, tempered glass fractures into small, relatively harmless pieces. As a result, tempered glass is used in those environments where human safety is an issue. Tempered glass is commonly used for specific applications such as shower enclosures, glass tops, glass railings and so on. Our heat-treated tempered glass meets the current North American standards of ANSI Z97.1-04, ASTM C1048 and CAN/CGSB-12.1-M90, which are currently in place for safety glass.

Tempered glass cannot be cut, polished or drilled. All of the glass work must be performed prior to the tempering process.

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A good way to measure your radius corner is by placing a carpenter’s square on the outside corner of your glass. The distance between the corner of the carpenter’s square and the point where it touches the glass edge, equals the corner radius. Quick tip; if the glass corner has a bigger radius then a nickel, the radius is over 1 inch.

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Ceramic glass is made from ceramic which is transparent but is typically referred to as glass. Ceramic is distinguishable from many types of glass because it is able to withstand high temperatures at steady rates without being harmed. Even when subjected to variations in temperatures, ceramic glass maintains its integrity. Wood stoves and fireplaces are frequently made from this highly-durable material as the products is within 6” from the heat produced by this equipment. We stock both the PyroCeram(R) and the NeoCeram(R). The PyroCeram (R) has been manufactured to be resistant to long-range temperatures of up to 1256 °F, while the NeoCeram(R) is able to withstand long-range temperatures of to 1470 °F.

In contrast, our tempered glass is well-known to the layperson and has been treated with heat to support greater durability and strength. Our tempered glass is also able to withstand thermal shocks, and is designed to alter the breakage pattern to reduce potential injuries should it break. Due to its specialized treatment, thermal glass can be used with confidence in areas where safety, physical strength and heat prevail. Fireplaces, prefab fireplaces that have grids to contain burning wood, masonry and fireplace doors are all ideal destinations for this type of glass.

Tempered glass has been designed to be utilized in situations where temperatures rise to 470 °F. When temperatures are higher than this, our tempered glass will become damaged and more easily prone to breaking. Should this tempered glass be used in areas where the temperature consistently achieves temperatures of 600 °F and higher, it will shatter into many small pieces.

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The cutting tolerances in terms of industry standards for 1/8″, 3/16″ and 1/4″ thick glass is +/- 1/16″. The side shift is included for laminated glass. The tolerance levels for 3/8″ and 1/2″, +/- 1/8″, which also encompasses the side shift on our laminated glass.

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For our customized glass order, the smallest size that we have available online is 1″ x 1″. Our customers can customize their glass sizes, styles, finishing’s and more very quickly right here:
https://www.glassandmirror.ca/shop/custom-cut-glass/rectangle-cut/

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Placing your order is quite simple and convenient. Simply select your preferred glass shape, insert the required dimensions, specify the thickness of your glass from the drop-down list, choose your glass type, ideal corner finishing and the type of edge work you require. We have created a video that you can view to understand just how easy this ordering process is. Our list of frequently asked questions (FAQs) will also be helpful in choosing the product you desire in the ordering process. Our customized glass orders are then manufactured and packaged for delivery, to arrive at their destination in 7 to 10 business days.

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The biggest glass we provide online is 119-5/16″ x 79 15/16″. Should you be interested in a larger piece of glass, our specialist glass professionals will be happy to provide you with a quote. Call us now on
1 (800) 897-2851 or you can request a quote online.

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7 glass thicknesses can be ordered online. For your convenience, these sizes include 1/8”, 5/32”, 3/16″, 1/4″, 3/8″, 1/2″ and the 3/4”. Should you require a different thickness, kindly contact our specialists to receive a quote.

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Our customers can expect to receive their customized glass or mirrors within 10-days. We guarantee that your product will be delivered intact. Should this not be the case, contact us for a free replacement.

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Use the website to insert the precise measurements you want, along with the shape, edge type, and finish option. Personalized customization of your order has been made possible by our site functionality. You will then receive a price once you have provided these details directly on the product page.

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Annealed Glass is simply another name for regular glass (or flat or float glass). Annealed Glass has not undergone any special processes to temper or strengthen the glass through heat treatments. Instead, annealed float glass has undergone a cooling process in a controlled manner to eliminate stress points during the manufacturing process. Annealed glass should not be mistaken for safety glass as it can still fracture or splinter when broken.

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Bronze and grey glass is ordinary glass, which has been tinted and is heat-absorbing. Pigmentation is included during the float process to give the glass additional color while also enabling the glass to absorb heat, which reduces glare. Our specially tailored tinted glass is extremely versatile, adding further interest to the home or office environment

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Grey glass is more commonly known as smoked glass due to its smoky hue. Grey glass is typically used to reduce the transmission of bright light and has proven to be a favorite of interior decorators. Our grey glass is multifunctional, not only reducing light, possessing an attractive look but also reduces the damage caused to household items such as art or furniture. Further, grey glass is difficult to see through, so provides an extra element of privacy to the home or office.

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1/32’’ Eased Corner Finish:

for safety purposes, the tip at each corner is slightly polished to remove sharp protrusions. This technique is known as the blunt edge. “Tips off” or “points off” are other terms used to describe this process.

The Radius Corner Finish:

This encompasses cutting the corners of the glass into a radius shape (round shape), which is then polished to give a smoother, safer finish. Corner radius describes how rounded the corners are on a rectangular glass cut. The term “corner radius” refers to the radius of the circle created by extending the corner arc to form a complete circle. Rounded corners are available up to a 4’’ radius.

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Frameless Mirrors (7)

The cutting tolerances in terms of industry standards for 1/8″, 3/16″ and 1/4″ thick glass is +/- 1/16″. The side shift is included for laminated glass. The tolerance levels for 3/8″ and 1/2″, +/- 1/8″, which also encompasses the side shift on our laminated glass.

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Placing your order is quite simple and convenient. Simply select your preferred glass shape, insert the required dimensions, specify the thickness of your glass from the drop-down list, choose your glass type, ideal corner finishing and the type of edge work you require. We have created a video that you can view to understand just how easy this ordering process is. Our list of frequently asked questions (FAQs) will also be helpful in choosing the product you desire in the ordering process. Our customized glass orders are then manufactured and packaged for delivery, to arrive at their destination in 7 to 10 business days.

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Our customers can expect to receive their customized glass or mirrors within 10-days. We guarantee that your product will be delivered intact. Should this not be the case, contact us for a free replacement.

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Choose from our broad range below:
Seamed Edge: This choice is for safety as the edges are sanded down to remove ragged edges. Seamed edges are suited for framing due to their unfinished appearance.
Beveled Edge:
For a decorative look, Customers can select the beveled edge option, that requires the mirror edges to be cut and polished to achieve an aesthetically appealing even and glossy finish. Our Standard beveling width is 1 ¼”. Our customers enjoy this choice as it matches any décor, augmenting the look and feel of your contemporary lifestyle.
Flat Polished Edges:  The flat edge mirror is our most popular finish, consisting of sanding and polishing the mirror’s edges to acquire a satiny smooth, glossy finish. These mirrors enhance any interior décor and are specifically suited to our customers who enjoy a minimalist interior.

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Definitely! Follow this link to find out more.

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We go the extra mile to please our customers but due to the popularity of our customized mirrors, your order will take between 7 and 8 days to fill once we have received your order. Shipping takes place once your order is complete and you will be able to keep track of its movement with the details sent to you in an email.

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When ordering online, the biggest mirror we can deliver is 89 15/16″ x 100 15/16″. If you need to go much bigger, contact our specialists on 1 (800) 897-2851 for further details and to receive a quote.

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General FAQs (15)

Beveled Edge:

For a decorative look, Customers can select the beveled edge option, that requires the glass edges to be cut and polished to achieve an aesthetically appealing even and glossy finish. Our standard beveling width is 1 ¼”. Our customers enjoy this choice as it matches any décor, augmenting the look and feel of your contemporary lifestyle.

Flat Polished Edges:

The flat edge mirror is our most popular finish, consisting of sanding and polishing the glass edges to acquire a satiny smooth, glossy finish. This is the best way to highlight the thickness of the glass and this strategy provides for a very modern look to augment your living space.

Seamed Edge:

This choice is for safety as the edges are sanded down to remove ragged edges. Seamed edges are suited for framing due to their unfinished appearance. It is the most economical edge but it’s only recommended if the edges will be completely covered. For Glass Protector Tops, table tops, shelves, or anywhere the edge will be seen, only polished edges should be ordered.

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Hydrofluoric acid must be applied on the glass to deliver a frosted look to its surface to produce Acid Etched Glass. Dependent on customer requirements, customized designs can be introduced to the glass in this acid-etching process and this can be accomplished on individual sheets of glass cut to size, be created on a portion of the glass or on large glass sheets.

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A good way to measure your radius corner is by placing a carpenter’s square on the outside corner of your glass. The distance between the corner of the carpenter’s square and the point where it touches the glass edge, equals the corner radius. Quick tip; if the glass corner has a bigger radius then a nickel, the radius is over 1 inch.

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Ceramic glass is made from ceramic which is transparent but is typically referred to as glass. Ceramic is distinguishable from many types of glass because it is able to withstand high temperatures at steady rates without being harmed. Even when subjected to variations in temperatures, ceramic glass maintains its integrity. Wood stoves and fireplaces are frequently made from this highly-durable material as the products is within 6” from the heat produced by this equipment. We stock both the PyroCeram(R) and the NeoCeram(R). The PyroCeram (R) has been manufactured to be resistant to long-range temperatures of up to 1256 °F, while the NeoCeram(R) is able to withstand long-range temperatures of to 1470 °F.

In contrast, our tempered glass is well-known to the layperson and has been treated with heat to support greater durability and strength. Our tempered glass is also able to withstand thermal shocks, and is designed to alter the breakage pattern to reduce potential injuries should it break. Due to its specialized treatment, thermal glass can be used with confidence in areas where safety, physical strength and heat prevail. Fireplaces, prefab fireplaces that have grids to contain burning wood, masonry and fireplace doors are all ideal destinations for this type of glass.

Tempered glass has been designed to be utilized in situations where temperatures rise to 470 °F. When temperatures are higher than this, our tempered glass will become damaged and more easily prone to breaking. Should this tempered glass be used in areas where the temperature consistently achieves temperatures of 600 °F and higher, it will shatter into many small pieces.

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The cutting tolerances in terms of industry standards for 1/8″, 3/16″ and 1/4″ thick glass is +/- 1/16″. The side shift is included for laminated glass. The tolerance levels for 3/8″ and 1/2″, +/- 1/8″, which also encompasses the side shift on our laminated glass.

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For our customized glass order, the smallest size that we have available online is 1″ x 1″. Our customers can customize their glass sizes, styles, finishing’s and more very quickly right here:
https://www.glassandmirror.ca/shop/custom-cut-glass/rectangle-cut/

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Placing your order is quite simple and convenient. Simply select your preferred glass shape, insert the required dimensions, specify the thickness of your glass from the drop-down list, choose your glass type, ideal corner finishing and the type of edge work you require. We have created a video that you can view to understand just how easy this ordering process is. Our list of frequently asked questions (FAQs) will also be helpful in choosing the product you desire in the ordering process. Our customized glass orders are then manufactured and packaged for delivery, to arrive at their destination in 7 to 10 business days.

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The biggest glass we provide online is 119-5/16″ x 79 15/16″. Should you be interested in a larger piece of glass, our specialist glass professionals will be happy to provide you with a quote. Call us now on
1 (800) 897-2851 or you can request a quote online.

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7 glass thicknesses can be ordered online. For your convenience, these sizes include 1/8”, 5/32”, 3/16″, 1/4″, 3/8″, 1/2″ and the 3/4”. Should you require a different thickness, kindly contact our specialists to receive a quote.

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Our customers can expect to receive their customized glass or mirrors within 10-days. We guarantee that your product will be delivered intact. Should this not be the case, contact us for a free replacement.

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Use the website to insert the precise measurements you want, along with the shape, edge type, and finish option. Personalized customization of your order has been made possible by our site functionality. You will then receive a price once you have provided these details directly on the product page.

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Annealed Glass is simply another name for regular glass (or flat or float glass). Annealed Glass has not undergone any special processes to temper or strengthen the glass through heat treatments. Instead, annealed float glass has undergone a cooling process in a controlled manner to eliminate stress points during the manufacturing process. Annealed glass should not be mistaken for safety glass as it can still fracture or splinter when broken.

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Bronze and grey glass is ordinary glass, which has been tinted and is heat-absorbing. Pigmentation is included during the float process to give the glass additional color while also enabling the glass to absorb heat, which reduces glare. Our specially tailored tinted glass is extremely versatile, adding further interest to the home or office environment

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Grey glass is more commonly known as smoked glass due to its smoky hue. Grey glass is typically used to reduce the transmission of bright light and has proven to be a favorite of interior decorators. Our grey glass is multifunctional, not only reducing light, possessing an attractive look but also reduces the damage caused to household items such as art or furniture. Further, grey glass is difficult to see through, so provides an extra element of privacy to the home or office.

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1/32’’ Eased Corner Finish:

for safety purposes, the tip at each corner is slightly polished to remove sharp protrusions. This technique is known as the blunt edge. “Tips off” or “points off” are other terms used to describe this process.

The Radius Corner Finish:

This encompasses cutting the corners of the glass into a radius shape (round shape), which is then polished to give a smoother, safer finish. Corner radius describes how rounded the corners are on a rectangular glass cut. The term “corner radius” refers to the radius of the circle created by extending the corner arc to form a complete circle. Rounded corners are available up to a 4’’ radius.

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Glass Shelves (17)

Tempered Glass is not required for residential display shelving but is advisable for use for extra safety purposes or to increase the amount of weight the glass can support. 3/16” or 1/4″ glass shelves for retail store are generally tempered because the additional resistance to breakage is a benefit in commercial applications. As for the edges, we recommend a flat polish. This is the best way to demonstrate the thickness of the glass, which also provides a modern look. Beveled edges are typically used on table tops and are not suitable for shelving.

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There is no standard thickness for glass shelving and any glass thickness can be used. One quarter inch and 3/8″ are by far the two most popular shelf thicknesses. 1/4″ shelving is usually used for economic purposes while the 3/8″ thick glass is typically selected for high-end applications, which can really make a visually appealing, stunning difference. Other than cost and aesthetics, the thicker glass shelving option can also support more weight.

How much weight your shelves can support depends on the thickness of the glass, the square footage of the glass and the distance between the shelf brackets.

Cabinet shelves are generally supported from the sides as well as the back and 1/4” thick glass is a commonly used, appropriate choice. Smaller shelves, carrying light items (bathroom shelves with smaller bathroom items) can be 3/16” or 1/4” thick.

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Rectangle Shelf:

A deeper shelf with a heavier load will require more hardware than a narrow shelf with a light load.

The maximum bracket distance recommended for 3/8″ shelves is 16″ to 20″. In practice, this means that shelves more than 34-40″ long need 3 supports and shelves longer than 54″ need 4 supports.

Quarter Circle and Triangle Shelf:

If the shelf is too large or the weight is too heavy, a corner shelf can easily pivot when only 2 support clamps are used.

We recommend using 4 glass clamps for shelves larger than 10″ in radius.

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A good way to measure your radius corner is by placing a carpenter’s square on the outside corner of your glass. The distance between the corner of the carpenter’s square and the point where it touches the glass edge, equals the corner radius. Quick tip; if the glass corner has a bigger radius then a nickel, the radius is over 1 inch.

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Our customers can choose from any of the glass types we stock, which have been discussed in the other FAQs. Tinted, textured glass is suitable but more expensive than regular glass, which is more cost-effective, typically used for shelving but slightly weaker than our specially strengthened glass shelving.

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Unfortunately, not. Please order your brackets separately to your customized glass shelving online here. We have made some suggestions to help you with this task:

  • We only stock stainless steel brackets that are highly-durable and of a high-quality to meet your requirements
  • Our bracket packages include two brackets, drywall anchors and two screws to assist you
  • Our brackets come in oil rubbed bronze, brushed nickel, brass, satin chrome, black, chrome and white. Choose from our online products as not all of our styles are available in all of these colors
  • Our brackets can support glass shelving of between a 1/8” and a 15/16” thickness, which takes into account that the product may protrude from its wall surface by up to 10”.
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This process is typically a fairly easy D-I-Y process but we have put together some tips to make it that much easier for our customers.

  • Use brackets and mount these securely to a stud approximately 16” apart when mounting glass on a dry wall for increased support and maximum strength;
  • We highly recommend the use of quality anchors to support your installation on concrete or drywall surfaces;
  • Our experience informs us that the surface on which our glass products is mounted or secured, will impact how securely the installation is achieved. The surface material will influence the brackets to be used. Where the surface is hard such as tiling, marble or concrete, quality anchors will be sufficient to secure your item.
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The cutting tolerances in terms of industry standards for 1/8″, 3/16″ and 1/4″ thick glass is +/- 1/16″. The side shift is included for laminated glass. The tolerance levels for 3/8″ and 1/2″, +/- 1/8″, which also encompasses the side shift on our laminated glass.

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For our customized glass order, the smallest size that we have available online is 1″ x 1″. Our customers can customize their glass sizes, styles, finishing’s and more very quickly right here:
https://www.glassandmirror.ca/shop/custom-cut-glass/rectangle-cut/

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Placing your order is quite simple and convenient. Simply select your preferred glass shape, insert the required dimensions, specify the thickness of your glass from the drop-down list, choose your glass type, ideal corner finishing and the type of edge work you require. We have created a video that you can view to understand just how easy this ordering process is. Our list of frequently asked questions (FAQs) will also be helpful in choosing the product you desire in the ordering process. Our customized glass orders are then manufactured and packaged for delivery, to arrive at their destination in 7 to 10 business days.

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The biggest glass we provide online is 119-5/16″ x 79 15/16″. Should you be interested in a larger piece of glass, our specialist glass professionals will be happy to provide you with a quote. Call us now on
1 (800) 897-2851 or you can request a quote online.

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7 glass thicknesses can be ordered online. For your convenience, these sizes include 1/8”, 5/32”, 3/16″, 1/4″, 3/8″, 1/2″ and the 3/4”. Should you require a different thickness, kindly contact our specialists to receive a quote.

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Our customers can expect to receive their customized glass or mirrors within 10-days. We guarantee that your product will be delivered intact. Should this not be the case, contact us for a free replacement.

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Annealed Glass is simply another name for regular glass (or flat or float glass). Annealed Glass has not undergone any special processes to temper or strengthen the glass through heat treatments. Instead, annealed float glass has undergone a cooling process in a controlled manner to eliminate stress points during the manufacturing process. Annealed glass should not be mistaken for safety glass as it can still fracture or splinter when broken.

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Bronze and grey glass is ordinary glass, which has been tinted and is heat-absorbing. Pigmentation is included during the float process to give the glass additional color while also enabling the glass to absorb heat, which reduces glare. Our specially tailored tinted glass is extremely versatile, adding further interest to the home or office environment

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Grey glass is more commonly known as smoked glass due to its smoky hue. Grey glass is typically used to reduce the transmission of bright light and has proven to be a favorite of interior decorators. Our grey glass is multifunctional, not only reducing light, possessing an attractive look but also reduces the damage caused to household items such as art or furniture. Further, grey glass is difficult to see through, so provides an extra element of privacy to the home or office.

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1/32’’ Eased Corner Finish:

for safety purposes, the tip at each corner is slightly polished to remove sharp protrusions. This technique is known as the blunt edge. “Tips off” or “points off” are other terms used to describe this process.

The Radius Corner Finish:

This encompasses cutting the corners of the glass into a radius shape (round shape), which is then polished to give a smoother, safer finish. Corner radius describes how rounded the corners are on a rectangular glass cut. The term “corner radius” refers to the radius of the circle created by extending the corner arc to form a complete circle. Rounded corners are available up to a 4’’ radius.

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Glass Table Tops (16)

If you have a table top with a flat surface for the glass to rest on with little to no area where the glass is not supported, the best and cheapest option is to select 3/16’’ or 1/4’’ “regular” glass (non-tempered glass) with flat polished edges. If you are looking for an unsupported glass table top, you will need to purchase a 10mm (3/ 8 ‘’) or 12mm (1/2’) tempered glass for the best results.

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A good way to measure your radius corner is by placing a carpenter’s square on the outside corner of your glass. The distance between the corner of the carpenter’s square and the point where it touches the glass edge, equals the corner radius. Quick tip; if the glass corner has a bigger radius then a nickel, the radius is over 1 inch.

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Without a doubt! Definitely, yes! We make every effort to make certain that your glass will arrive in pristine condition. We take enormous care when packing your order and use specially designed protective packaging when shipping your product to achieve this aim. When required, we also utilize extra protective wooden crates to protect your glass.

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You can order glass desk bumpers to put between the glass and the surface of your table for an added level of protection.

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Clipped corners are corners that have been cut off at a 45-degree angle and polished for safety. If you are purchasing a glass table cover and need an exact match to a table you have, you’ll want to make sure you measure properly. Please visit our guide on clipped cornershere.

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Glass table covers are used to protect your furniture from scuff marks and scratches, which will require future maintenance. To avoid this expense, we highly recommend the use of a glass table top cover. This glass cover protects your valuable possession without detracting from its beauty. Using a glass table top cover will help to protect your furnishings such as marble, wooden or metal table surfaces from various accidents such as stains, dings and more. Additionally, you will be able to enjoy the use of your table without needing a table cloth or placemats because the glass is resistant to heat and can easily tolerate a hot casserole dish from the oven. Not even placing hot coffee mugs or other dishes on the glass top will cause any damage.

Our glass table tops come with additional convenience to add further value to your purchase. They do not need regular polishing or waxing as a quick wipe down will be sufficient to keep it clean, which is much quicker and easier than keeping your marble or wooden surfaces clean. Our glass table tops are also available in ultra-clear glass. The best part is that your glass table top will continue to maintain its aesthetic appeal for many years to come, with minimal maintenance needed to keep it in tip top shape.

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This is a quick and easy process. Whether you simply need to replace one section or an entire table top, you will need to take accurate measurements prior to placing your order. These measurements don’t need to be absolutely precise as a slightly smaller or larger replacement glass are typically supported by their frames. Should you wish to place an order for an existing protective glass table top, just take the measurement of the length and width of rectangular or square shapes to place your order. If you need a round glass table top, please take the measurement across the length of the circle to obtain the diameter and you are good to go!

More careful measurements are needed when the glass table top has been inserted in a specific frame. Due to the glass cutting tolerance measurements of +- 1/16’’. Ensure that your frame of your glass table top is on a level surface before taking your measurements.

For further information on glass measurements, kindly view our guide on table top measuring here.

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The cutting tolerances in terms of industry standards for 1/8″, 3/16″ and 1/4″ thick glass is +/- 1/16″. The side shift is included for laminated glass. The tolerance levels for 3/8″ and 1/2″, +/- 1/8″, which also encompasses the side shift on our laminated glass.

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Placing your order is quite simple and convenient. Simply select your preferred glass shape, insert the required dimensions, specify the thickness of your glass from the drop-down list, choose your glass type, ideal corner finishing and the type of edge work you require. We have created a video that you can view to understand just how easy this ordering process is. Our list of frequently asked questions (FAQs) will also be helpful in choosing the product you desire in the ordering process. Our customized glass orders are then manufactured and packaged for delivery, to arrive at their destination in 7 to 10 business days.

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The biggest glass we provide online is 119-5/16″ x 79 15/16″. Should you be interested in a larger piece of glass, our specialist glass professionals will be happy to provide you with a quote. Call us now on
1 (800) 897-2851 or you can request a quote online.

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7 glass thicknesses can be ordered online. For your convenience, these sizes include 1/8”, 5/32”, 3/16″, 1/4″, 3/8″, 1/2″ and the 3/4”. Should you require a different thickness, kindly contact our specialists to receive a quote.

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Our customers can expect to receive their customized glass or mirrors within 10-days. We guarantee that your product will be delivered intact. Should this not be the case, contact us for a free replacement.

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Annealed Glass is simply another name for regular glass (or flat or float glass). Annealed Glass has not undergone any special processes to temper or strengthen the glass through heat treatments. Instead, annealed float glass has undergone a cooling process in a controlled manner to eliminate stress points during the manufacturing process. Annealed glass should not be mistaken for safety glass as it can still fracture or splinter when broken.

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Bronze and grey glass is ordinary glass, which has been tinted and is heat-absorbing. Pigmentation is included during the float process to give the glass additional color while also enabling the glass to absorb heat, which reduces glare. Our specially tailored tinted glass is extremely versatile, adding further interest to the home or office environment

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Grey glass is more commonly known as smoked glass due to its smoky hue. Grey glass is typically used to reduce the transmission of bright light and has proven to be a favorite of interior decorators. Our grey glass is multifunctional, not only reducing light, possessing an attractive look but also reduces the damage caused to household items such as art or furniture. Further, grey glass is difficult to see through, so provides an extra element of privacy to the home or office.

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1/32’’ Eased Corner Finish:

for safety purposes, the tip at each corner is slightly polished to remove sharp protrusions. This technique is known as the blunt edge. “Tips off” or “points off” are other terms used to describe this process.

The Radius Corner Finish:

This encompasses cutting the corners of the glass into a radius shape (round shape), which is then polished to give a smoother, safer finish. Corner radius describes how rounded the corners are on a rectangular glass cut. The term “corner radius” refers to the radius of the circle created by extending the corner arc to form a complete circle. Rounded corners are available up to a 4’’ radius.

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Wood Framed Mirrors (4)

All framed mirror orders are delivered to your door, are fully assembled and mounted with the appropriate hardware

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The maximum width and length you may order for a single size framed mirror is 85‘’ x 100‘’. Shipping arrangements must be taken after the purchase for oversized mirror ordered over 48’’ x 80’’

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The dimensions you select are the total dimensions, which include the frame. The width is the total horizontal measurement and the length of the mirror encompasses its total vertical measurement, also including the frame.

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Our customers can expect to receive their customized glass or mirrors within 10-days. We guarantee that your product will be delivered intact. Should this not be the case, contact us for a free replacement.

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