Laminated glass, of course, is a type of glass commonly used in doors and windows but with many other applications. Here in the great state of Florida, with our risk of hurricanes and inclement weather, laminated glass is often the glass of choice. As the #1 laminated glass manufacturer, we receive many calls for it, from Miami to Jacksonville, Tampa to Orlando and everywhere in between.
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Our prices are second-to-none, and whether we’re “near you” or not is immaterial, as we ship and supply glass throughout Florida.
Laminated glass is made by bonding two pieces of glass together with a middle core made of plastic that is commonly polyvinyl butyral. The middle plastic prevents the glass from breaking or separating wehn shattered and thus increases the safety effect.
Here are some items you should look for when searching for a laminated glass supplier, whether here in Florida or elsewhere:
Quality. Our laminated glass is top quality, manufactured or sourced on demand to your specifications.
Customer Service. You want a laminated glass supplier who is responsive and gets how important your project is. Our customer service rep’s respond pro-actively and help you find the right kind of glass for your needs.
Technology. You want best-in-class technology from the manufacturer or at least glass distributor.
Local to Florida. You don’t want an out-of-state glass company but rather a born and bred Florida glass supplier. That’ us.
With our glass manufacturing center in Medley, Florida, our company is convenient to all of Miami-Dade county, and of course especially Miami, Fort Lauderdale, and Port St. Lucie. We’re near to Hialeah of course, but we supply glass all over the state of Florida – including cities as far away as Jacksonville or Tallahassee.
Laminated Glass: Factoid
Laminated Glass also known as hurricane glass was invented in 1903 inspired by a laboratory accident. A glass container was coated with a plastic cellulose nitrate and when dropped shattered but did not break into pieces. The french chemist, Benedictus, who discovered it filled a patent in 1909.
Laminated Glass, also known as hurricane impact resistant glass, consists of two sheets of glass with a protective inter-layer that when heated bonds together creating a strong glass able to withstand hurricane winds and burglary incidents.
In summary, whether you’re in Miami or Fort Lauderdale, or up “North” in Tallahassee or Jacksonville, call us today for a quote on your laminated glass needs.