Glass solutions for cooler commercial spaces

GLASS SOLUTIONS FOR COOLER COMMERCIAL SPACES
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Inordinate heat and glare due to the sun can be the cause of significant discomfort in indoor environments. In a tropical country like India, the right type of glass facades can considerably reduce the amount of heat that enters buildings.

Here are a few options that can be installed at your workplace to offer refuge from the sweltering heat.

 

Solar Control Glass

Solar control glass possesses a microscopically thin coating on one side that reflects heat from the sun. This type of glass also aids in reducing the uncomfortable glare that comes from direct sunlight.

Solar Control glasses eliminate heat whilst adding an aesthetic appeal. This energy efficient glass is available in a wide range of dimensions, colours and patterns that make them a ‘value for money’ purchase.

 

Heat Reflective Glass

Places that see warm summer months and chilly winters make good use of heat reflective glass as these double glazed units can reflect and absorb heat. As they are durable, they will last you years.

The glass facades also offer protection from the harmful UV rays. The unmatched benefits also extend to aesthetics. Available in a number of shades and sizes, you can be sure to find a suitable option for your space.

 

CVD Heat Reflective Glass

This type of heat reflective glass is coated with a glazing solution that makes use of Chemical Vapour Deposition (CVD). The CVD heat reflective glass is a cut above other spray coated glasses widely available in the market.

This type of glass can be used as a tempered glass or, if used in combination with other glass, as a laminated or even a double-glazed unit. 

The benefits this type of glass offers are endless. As they are easy to manufacture and install and are also available in a variety of colours and sizes, one is free to experiment with the diverse options available.

Furthermore, this type of glass provides privacy to the people inside the building as they reflect light during the daytime. The UV protection and solar heat reduction ensures maximum comfort for the people residing in the structure.

These energy efficient glasses serve as a perfect solution for those looking to install new windows in their edifice as these glasses provide numerous benefits.

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