The glass allows natural light to pass through, reducing the need for artificial lighting and improving energy efficiency. Glass is also durable and can be made safer with tempered or laminated glass. It is an excellent insulator, keeping indoor temperatures comfortable and reducing energy costs

Importance of Glass

Glass Rates in 
Major States

Please note that these prices are indicative and can vary depending on various factors such as location, type of glass, thickness, quality, and market conditions

Annealed Glass

Annealed glass is used in areas where safety is not a primary concern. It is ideal for use in locations that do not require impact resistance, such as interior windows, mirrors, and picture frames

Tempered Glass

It is made by heating annealed glass to a high temperature and then quickly cooling it, making it up to five times stronger than regular annealed glass. Tempered Glass is ideal for use in areas that require impact resistance, such as glass doors, shower enclosures, skylights, and storefronts

Laminated Glass

Laminated Glass consists of two or more glass sheets bonded together with a layer of polyvinyl butyral (PVB)or ethylene-vinyl acetate (EVA) in between them, making it stronger and more durable than regular glass. It is ideal for use in areas such as skylights, balcony railings

Insulated Glass

Insulated Glass consists of two or more glass panes that a spacer separates and seals around the edges to create an air or gas-filled space between the panes. The insulating layer helps to reduce heat transfer

Low-E Glass

Low-E (low-emissivity) glass is a type of glass used in construction projects that has a special coating to reflect infrared and ultraviolet light while still allowing visible light to pass through. It improves energy efficiency