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The first thing to consider when installing a glass front door is
the type of privacy you want. At Sans Soucie we have three levels of privacy with our art glass that
doesn’t sacrifice natural lighting. This includes semi-private,
private and not private. Depending on the design carving—1D, 2D, 3D
or 3D painted—it will also affect the privacy in your glass door.
Also, take into account your neighborhood and the kind of privacy
you would need. Do you live in a more secluded suburb or in a
downtown area? It’s important that you think about the level of
privacy your area/environment offers when considering glass doors.
Along with privacy, security is another important factor with glass
entry doors. Glass doors for your entryway should be double-paned
glass as opposed to single pane. Why? A double-paned glass is more
secure and can withstand weather along with intruders. Again,
consider your neighborhood and typical weather conditions and if
glass doors can give you the security you need in your home.
The product can serve a variety of functions. First and foremost,
it is used to enhance the aesthetics of a space, whether it’s a
design in the glass on your door or a backsplash in your kitchen.
It can also provide privacy, depending on the application.
Decorative glass can come in many different forms and can go
through various production methods.
While we’re going to focus more on the door and window aspect here,
let’s first go over a few types of decorative glass that you may
not have heard of. Most can be used in window and door
applications, as well as other residential uses.
Glass doors can be a great asset when looking to increase natural
lighting in your home and overall energy. In fact, increasing
natural lighting in your home can help improve your mood. According
to a recent study by Northwestern Medicine and the University of Illinois, increasing natural lighting can lead to feelings of happiness,
peace and productivity. Depending on the privacy glass level,
consider if you want or need more lighting in the front area of
- Door Type/Materials
What door type do you want as a front door? Besides the glass
design, you’ll need to consider the door type (single or double),
swing (inswing or outswing), and hinge location. Most doors are
built with an inswing, towards the house, but determine if that’s
possible with your house design
Embroidered Glass/Inlay Glass/Stained Inlay Glass/Stained Glass
|Manufacture||SYSEN GLASS FACTORY|
|Thickness||3mm/4mm tempered glass + 6mm/8mm/10mm Metal + 3mm/4mm tempered
Laminated Glass:Tempered Glass,Stained Glass;
Inlay Metal:Copper,Zinc or other metals.
|Application||Normal used in interior——Door,
|Life||Above 30 years|
In addition, you’ll need to decide what materials will work best
for your door. Talk with your door designer/interior designer to
figure out what type of wood, steel, and glass materials you want.
Keep in mind that some materials will be more energy efficient than
others and can help reduce your energy bills. When shopping for
door materials, look at your options for additional insulation with