IG Options

Decorative insulated glass offers a versatile and visually appealing solution for both residential and commercial spaces. With a wide range of options, including etched, frosted, patterned, and colored glass, it allows for personalized design choices that complement any aesthetic. These insulated glass panels not only enhance the overall appearance of windows and doors, but also provide energy efficiency by reducing heat transfer and noise pollution. They combine functionality with style, creating an inviting and comfortable environment while adding a touch of elegance to any space.

Textured Glass

Textured glass is a popular choice for both aesthetic appeal and privacy. With its various patterns and designs, it adds a unique visual element to windows and doors while obscuring the view, making it an ideal option for bathrooms, entryways, and other areas requiring discretion.

We have listed our most popular patterns, but we can source nearly anything your project requires.


Glue Chip



Satin Etch

Safety Glass

Safety glass options provide essential protection in various settings. Tempered glass is heat-treated, making it resistant to breakage, while laminated glass features a layer of polyvinyl butyral (PVB) between two sheets, preventing shards upon impact. These choices minimize the risk of injury and ensure enhanced safety in homes and commercial spaces.

There are many combinations of safety glass depending on local building codes and regulations. Feel free to work with our team to source the right combination for your job.

Tempered Glass

When Tempered glass breaks, it undergoes a unique shattering pattern known as “dicing.” Instead of forming large, sharp shards, tempered glass fractures into small, granular pieces. This reduces the risk of injury as the small fragments are less likely to cause severe cuts or lacerations. The dicing effect is a key safety feature of tempered glass, making it an ideal choice for applications where safety is a priority.

Laminated Glass

When laminated glass breaks, it maintains its structural integrity due to the interlayer of polyvinyl butyral (PVB) between the glass layers. The glass fragments adhere to the PVB, preventing them from separating and reducing the risk of injury from flying shards. This safety feature makes laminated glass an excellent choice for areas where impact resistance and security are important.

Georgia Polished Wire (GPW)

Georgia polished wire glass is a type of safety glass that contains wire mesh embedded within it. When it breaks, the wire mesh helps hold the glass fragments together, preventing them from falling apart and reducing the risk of injury. This type of glass is commonly used in fire-rated applications, offering both safety and fire resistance.