Glass Wall

Why would you choose to install a glass wall in your home? How about people looking from the outside in, or the fact that glass is a brittle material that can easily break? These are all genuine concerns and it is true that glass walls are not suitable for all homes. However, you will find that they can easily be fitted into most homes, so if you are thinking of a remodel you should consider installing a glass wall or two.
When are glass walls not suitable? If, for example, you live on an open street it may not be a very good idea to install a glass wall at the front of your home because anyone who is walking down the street will be able to see into your home. This doesn’t mean that you are out of options. If you choose frosted or etched glass you will be able to enjoy the benefits of a glass wall without worrying about prying eyes.
There are many reasons why people are installing glass walls in their homes. The first is the amount of natural light that they let into the home. If you have a small home you probably know how dark it can get especially in winter months. If you install a glass wall or two you will allow lots of natural light to come through which will make your home look much brighter and appealing.
Another benefit of glass shower walls is the fact that they tend to make spaces look bigger which is great for small homes. If you are remodelling a cottage, for example, you may want to install a glass wall so that you can make it look larger.
What about safety and security? Are glass walls able to keep out intruders? As a matter of fact glass walls are perfectly secure. They are coated with special materials that make them especially hard to break – think about the glass that you see at your bank; it is the same kind of glass that is used for glass walls in homes. In fact glass will last a long time before it requires replacing and in case of hazards like fire it is safer to some degree.
You should be careful about who you choose to install your glass wall. When it comes to this kind of work you want to be as precise as possible so as to avoid wastage so it is important that you work with a professional. They will take precise measurements so that glass doesn’t have to be re-cut once it arrives on site. Make sure that you get a warranty too.
We recommend Go Glass, one of the oldest glass companies in Cambridge. You can contact them through their website,