All our wrought iron doors come with dual pane glass windows.
Choose from 6 kinds of clear, tinted or obscuring safety glass:
Notice the quarter in the left bottom of each glass tile above. This is to help you understand the scale of the glass pattern.
All of the windows in our wrought iron doors are dual pane tempered glass. That means a layer of plain glass on the inside with a layer of decorative glass on the outside. There is an 18 mm gap between the two panes filled with inert gas for superior insulation. The two panes are hermetically sealed so there is no chance of fogging on the inside.
The glass we use is 6 mm float glass or rolled glass. Both the plain and tinted glass windows are float glass. All the other obscuring glass windows are rolled glass, which is made by squeezing the semi molten glass through rollers which impart the pattern. An obscuring glass gives greater privacy without reducing the amount of light entering your home.
We also offer "Low E" thermal barrier glass for extra energy efficiency - we recommend this option if you live in a hot climate and your door will be subjected to direct sunlight. The Low E option can be used in conjunction with any of the glass styles shown above.
All glass is zone tempered after it is made. In this way, if a window does get broken, it shatters into relatively safe tiny crystals. This is an important safety feature and essential for glass windows set into wrought iron doors.