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Tempered Glass Repair


For safety and additional strength we will offer tempered glass of the highest quality. For a better UV protection, the panes can be also Low-e or tinted/reflective

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  • Tempered Glass Repair Review
  • Tempered Glass Repair Review
  • Tempered Glass Repair Review
  • Tempered Glass Repair Review
  • Tempered Glass Repair Review
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The word "glass" evokes in our minds a connection with something fragile, fragile, something that can collapse at any moment, scatter into smallest pieces. But progress does not stand in one place and its achievements allow beautiful products to give also unprecedented strength and safety. New requirements in modern construction are being met by the emergence of new materials with unique qualities.

Tempered glass has become one of such beautiful, transparent, elegant and at the same time very reliable materials for construction. It is glass whose safety properties are acquired through a heating and cooling procedure called "hardening". Rapid cooling of the incredibly hot glass causes the outside of the glass to solidify faster than the center, leaving it in tension. This makes glass significantly stronger and more durable than regular glass.

Pros and cons of tempered glass

  1. Let's start with the main advantages.
    1. Security. In the event of destruction, it breaks up into small, non-hazardous fragments. 2. Long service life.
    2. Mechanical strength.
    3. Impact resistance.
    4. Reliability;
    5. Attractive appearance;
    6. Excellent sound insulation;
    7. Good resistance to high and low temperatures (their drops).
    8. The ability to create glass of different shapes and sizes;
  2. With all the advantages listed above, tempered glass also has its drawbacks.
    1. The complexity, and often impossibility, of mechanical processing of tempered glass;
    2. Instability before pinpoint impacts. (The glass shatters completely)
    3. Tempered glass usually cannot be repaired.

Areas of use for tempered glass

Tempered glass is intended for use in areas where glass can be dangerous to friends and family.

Other typical applications for tempered glass:

  • Façades
  • Balcony doors
  • Athletic facilities
  • Bathroom areas
  • Shower doors
  • Exhibition areas and displays
  • Swimming pools
  • Computer towers or cases
  • Mobile phone screen protectors

ARGO Glass & Windows also provides various tempered glass products.

Our company specializes in the repair, replacement and installation of any type of glass, including tempered glass. What sets us apart is our exceptional customer service. Before arrival, we will definitely discuss a convenient time for you to measure and assess the general condition of the glass and frame. Contact us for the service you deserve!

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People Questions

  • Is tempered glass easy to break?

    Although tempered glass is difficult to break, it is breakable. When tempered glass gets damaged, it breaks into smaller pieces which don’t fall readily.
  • What is tempered glass?

    Tempered glass is stronger than annealed glass, and it is the type of glass that is required by code for some windows or doors.
  • Where is tempered glass required?

    Tempered glass is required for patio doors and windows that are too close to the floor.
  • How can I tell if glass is tempered?

    Tempered glass has edges with a smooth and sleek look because of a very smooth finish.
  • Is tempered glass strong?

    Tempered glass is about four times stronger than annealed one.
  • What is the main difference between tempered and regular glass?

    Tempered glass is stronger than regular glass in about four times, and it is also know for its safety.
  • What are the 4 types of glass?

    There are 4 types of glass used for windows and doors such as annealed, tempered, obscured and laminated glass. Annealed type used in most all standart windows. Tempered the second name "safety glass" is used in all doors and storefronts. Obscure mostly used in bathroom windows for privacy. Laminated common type of glass for commercial windows and doors.
  • What is meant by tempered glass?

    Tempered glass is much stronger that annealed. It brakes into small fractures and it is relatevly harmless. By the codes all doors must have tempered glass for safety purpose.
  • What is the difference between tempered glass and regular glass?

    The tempered glass is much stronger than regular type. Mostly is used in all doors or commercial windows for safety reasons.

Window play a significant role in building’s appearance, but more than that – good system is necessary to achieve a good functionality of a space.

This means, namely, brightness indoors – money saving, since artificial lightning is used less. Good window improve energy-efficiency – let no drafts and less use of heating in winter and less conditioning and stuffiness in summer.

Glass in windows tends to break or wear and taear eventually. Problems can cause damage to your comfort and finances. With that, consider glass replacement. They come in variety of types – each one for concrete budget and needs. In this article we can help you choose an option. This would be helpful for those, who are installing windows in a space they just moved. Remember:

Beforehand to estimate the cost of their restoration on a turn-key basis – it will definately be cheaper, faster and less truoublesome than installation of new windows.

Tempered Window Glass

Tempered glass is used all around us – from microwaves to car’s windows. It is strong, safe type of panes with a price just a little more than Annealed.

Tempered glass benefits:

  1. Safety – when it breaks, there are a lot of small, rounded shards.
  2. Durability – it is stronger than any type of glass described in the article.
  3. Quality – they are transparent, energy-efficient and heat-resistant.
  4. Flexibility – tempered glass can take lots of shapes and be colored when making.

Yet this type of panes is quite expensive.

Leave a request and our specialist will estimate the condition of your windows, will take measurements and prepare a cost calculation right at your home! Order a specialist visit for free