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Pardon the Disruptions

Buildings account for approximately 40% of global carbon emissions. And in the U.S., many of those buildings have single-pane glazing. The industry has the products to improve the performance of those buildings. But what will it take to push the renovation boom forward?

Invisible Shield

Glass can protect against many threats, from forced entry to fire. It’s essential, however, to not compromise one life safety product category for another.

Extraordinary Glazing

You’ve done some great glass work, and now it’s time to show it off by entering USGlass magazine’s Fifth Annual Design Awards.

Smart Doors

While access control hardware has redefined how users interact with glass doors, it has also changed how glaziers install doors. Each glazing company has different procedures for installing electrified hardware; some work
with electricians and access control subcontractors, while others install the electronics themselves.

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