Chip off the old glass block

February 01, 2001 |

Prefabricated glass-block windows manufactured to withstand extreme temperatures are produced ready to install in commercial buildings. Aluminum muntins and frames that use a polyurethane resin act as a thermal break between the interior and exterior components to reduce the transfer of heat and cold.

Pacific Accent.

Circle 202

 

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