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Do you offer other types of glass other than clear?

Do you offer other types of glass other than clear?


YES… Depending on the desired application, you can have Satin, Frosted, Tempered or Wired glass for our TYPE OF GLASS category. To get a better picture of what these types of windows look like on a garage door, visit our Design Centre and build your dream garage.

If you have commercial or industrial garage doors, the choices are more numerous especially for the G-4400 full-vision door or one of our other models with one or more Panoramic sections.

Here is a table presenting the most common types of glass for residential doors with our Standard window model. You can also consult the wide variety of window models such as the Orion, Thermacrystal, and other models.



To help you make an “enlightened” choice about adding windows to your new garage door, contact us! What’s more, we can provide you with a free quotation.

Model21" X 13"40" X 13"Description
(Thermopane units and sealed)
ClearClear, 1/8" (3 mm) glassClear Glass
SatinSatin glass is used to provide privacy while still allowing full light transmission. This means the view looking outside is in no way affected yet considerably reduced towards the interior. The glass is given a matt finish through a special process and not the application of a film.Satin Glass
Glue chip textured surface is created on cold glass by applying hot glue and allowing it to dry under controlled temperature and humidity conditions. As the glue dries and contracts, it gives the glass surface a natural and attractive pattern, likened to frost on a window pane. Thus, the view both toward the interior and exterior is slightly obscured. Glue chip
TemperedN/ATempered glass is about five times stronger than ordinary glass. When broken, tempered glass fractures into small, relatively harmless pieces.Tempered
WiredN/AThis is glass with wire netting embedded into it during the manufacturing process to reduce the probability of shattering when cracked by shock or heat - also called safety glass.Wired

To view all our Garaga window models, simply use our Design Centre. This way you can create your next dream garage door!


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