Arch’s Glass Entrances Now Available Nationally with C.R. Laurence Hardware

Date: 21 April 2008
Source: Arch Aluminum & Glass
Arch’s TGD Tempered Glass Entrances equipped with C.R. Laurence International’s architectural rails, patch fittings and hardware are now available nationwide from Arch Aluminum & Glass.

"We’ve been manufacturing Tempered All Glass Entrances for 25 years and we’ve recently starting using the C.R. Laurence hardware at select regional facilities with consistent success and growing demand so Arch has expanded the program to our facilities nationwide," said Jeff Ziesche, Director of Aluminum Operations for Arch. The availability of the C.R. Laurence hardware in every region covered by Arch’s 33 locations nationwide continues the commitment by the glazing and aluminum extrusion manufacturer to be the Single Source for the industry.

The TGD Tempered Glass Door from Arch comes complete with full rails, patch fittings and hardware for the four basic “all glass” door styles (P, B-P, a, & F) typically referred to throughout the industry. These TGD doors are available with full rails in various heights, 2 5/16”, 4”, 6”, and 10” to accommodate 3/8”, ½”, and ¾” glass and are available in six stock colors.

Arch Aluminum is your TRUE SINGLE SOURCE® for Architectural Aluminum, Extrusions, Insulated, Tempered, Mirrors, Laminated, and Decorative Glass. Arch is an American-owned, family business founded in 1978. Arch now operates 33 facilities in 17 states with over 2400 employees. For more information on Arch Aluminum & Glass please visit or call 1-866-629-ARCH.

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