Glass Block Alternative Now Available - Windecor, Acrylic Glass Block Tile

In just minutes, Windecor Window Tile can dramatically transform ordinary windows, doors and panels into bright, new creations of classic glass block images.

The beautiful radiance of light from Windecor Tile will dramatically open hard to light areas and make them the center of attention.

Windecor Window Tile is the ingenious solution to inject new feelings into an area that has gone unnoticed. Windecor is clean, fast and easy to apply to existing windows, doors and panels with clear silicone caulk. Made of clear acrylic, each tile is 3/8 inches thick and has an air pocket to help insulate from sound and weather. By measuring existing windows and doors, it is exciting to create an original design.

Windecor Tile was especially Designed for classic glass block lovers, do-it-yourselfers and display/exhibit builders who don't want the heavy weight factor of real glass block, the staggering high cost of installation and the mess of construction. Windecor Tile is aware that costumers want a product that is extremely lightweight, looks and feels like real glass block and is easily available.

Designed, patented and marketed by G. L. Downs Design, Inc. of Kansas City, Missouri, the company has over 25 years of experience. Because Windecor is designed to fit one's personality, many will love the results of a new classy Windecor Window Tile windows, doors, panels and walls. Windecor Window Tile has a proven track record of success.

600450 Glass Block Alternative Now Available - Windecor, Acrylic Glass Block Tile

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