From windows to picture frames
Residential & Commercial
-for equipment or boats
-Sanding the edge
Sealed units refer to the dual or triple pane glass-insert portion of a window. Replacing just the sealed unit can be an alternative to needing a whole new window.
[Different glass types to suit the application
Learn More <Glass Types>]
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Adding Low-E Coating and Argon Gas can be compared to adding another layer of insulation to your wall.
Learn More <Energy Saving Glass Options>]
Some sealed units can be made in-shop. If they are too large or require Low-E Coating or Argon Gas then they will need to be ordered.
Free In-Town Estimates
-For supply and install we will come and measure for you.
-For supply-only we will provide an estimate based off your measurements. For more information on how to measure for your sealed units please refer to our Sealed Units Measuring Guide. <sealed units measuring guide>
SEALED UNITS MEASURING GUIDE
(Take photos of a Sealed Unit install with some stops out of place, draw arrows like the window measuring guide)
Give explaination of what sealed unit is
What needs to be specified when ordered: Dual or Triple, OD, W x L
There are different types and thicknesses of glass that are suited for different applications.
Lexan - Can be cut with tools like wood into shapes or have holes cut into it
Rock Glass - Stronger than Lexan, more scratch resistant.
Tempered - is a type a glass that undergoes a special processing to create a stronger glass. When broken it shatters into smaller pieces
Regular clear glass units can typically made in-shop depending on size and glass type. If the sealed unit contains any Low-e coating or Argon gas it has to be ordered in.