Faour Glass Launches New Website

New site illustrates extensive scope of work and offers a variety of design resources.   Faour Glass Technologies (Faour Glass), a leading fabricator of custom architectural glass and glazing systems for the high-end residential and commercial markets, today announced the official launch of their newly developed website, www.faourglass.com.

The new site targets and engages architects, designers, owners and industry professionals who are looking for one-of-a-kind glass solutions for virtually any application. The site offers rich graphics showcasing the company’s capabilities and beautiful work with glass. The site is fully optimized for PC’s, Macs, iPhones, iPads and Android devices.

We wanted to create a site that not only visually tells our story, but also helps architects and other industry professionals with creative ideas and resources that will support their next project in designing a perfect glass solution,” says Angelo Rivera, vice president and general manager of Faour Glass.  “Our new site provides a wealth of information and tools for those involved with the design, evaluation and selection of high-performance glass and glazing systems.”

The new site offers information on AIA continuing education, past and current projects, test reports, product information, upcoming events and a virtual tour of the Faour Glass showroom in Sarasota.  The site also has a section dedicated to Slimpact™ the only frameless impact window in the industry that offers a beautifully uninterrupted view with heights as high as ten feet.

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