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  • 4Select Thickness
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1Select Shape
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  • Oval/Ellipse

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  • Race Track Oval

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  • Left Slope Rectangle

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  • House

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  • Arch

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2Select Dimensions

Enter dimension for your Insulated Glass (All values in inches)

Cutting Tolerance is +/- 1/16 Inches If the glass will fit into a recessed area, or a frame, you might want to deduct 1/8" off of your original measurements.

Glass Finishing

Differences between Standard Glass and Royalty Glass

Standard Glass breaks apart into larger, hazardous and sharper pieces.

Royalty Glass, on the other hand, is known for its safety. Tempered glass (also called safety glass), is four times stronger than annealed glass due to the way it is heated up then cooled down in the manufacturing process. When Royalty glass breaks, it breaks into small pebble-shaped harmless pieces, keeping you and your family safe.

  • Standard Glass
  • Royalty Glass
3Select Glass Type

Select Glass Types

    Outside

  • Clear
  • Acid
  • Blue Laminated
  • Bronze Laminated
  • Bronze
  • Cardinal 270
  • Cardinal 366
  • Cardinal Low E
  • Gluechip
  • Gray Laminated
  • Gray Mirrorpane
  • Gray
  • Graylite 2
  • Graylite
  • Green Laminated
  • Green
  • Guardian 55/27
  • Guardian 70/36
  • Low E Pilkington
  • Low Iron
  • P516
  • Polished Misco V2
  • Polished Misco Wire
  • Solarban 60
  • SolarCool Bronze
  • Solexia
  • White Laminated

    Inside

  • Clear
  • Acid
  • Blue Laminated
  • Bronze Laminated
  • Bronze
  • Cardinal 270
  • Cardinal 366
  • Cardinal Low E
  • Gluechip
  • Gray Laminated
  • Gray Mirrorpane
  • Gray
  • Graylite 2
  • Graylite
  • Green Laminated
  • Green
  • Guardian 55/27
  • Guardian 70/36
  • Low E Pilkington
  • Low Iron
  • P516
  • Polished Misco V2
  • Polished Misco Wire
  • Solarban 60
  • SolarCool Bronze
  • Solexia
  • White Laminated
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Quick Summary
Product:Insulated Glass
Shape:Rectangle
Size:5" x 5"
Thickness:Commercial Use (1/4 inch thick glass)

Glass Finishing

Differences between Standard Glass and Royalty Glass

Standard Glass breaks apart into larger, hazardous and sharper pieces.

Royalty Glass, on the other hand, is known for its safety. Tempered glass (also called safety glass), is four times stronger than annealed glass due to the way it is heated up then cooled down in the manufacturing process. When Royalty glass breaks, it breaks into small pebble-shaped harmless pieces, keeping you and your family safe.

  • Standard Glass
  • Royalty Glass
4Select Thickness Strength

    Select Overall Thickness

  • Glass Strength

  • Royalty glass (also called safety glass), is four times stronger than Regular, due to the way it is heated up then cooled down in the manufacturing process.
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Quick Summary
Product:Insulated Glass
Shape:Rectangle
Size:5" x 5"
Thickness:5" x 5"
Inside:Clear Glass
Outside:Clear Glass

Glass Finishing

Differences between Standard Glass and Royalty Glass

Standard Glass breaks apart into larger, hazardous and sharper pieces.

Royalty Glass, on the other hand, is known for its safety. Tempered glass (also called safety glass), is four times stronger than annealed glass due to the way it is heated up then cooled down in the manufacturing process. When Royalty glass breaks, it breaks into small pebble-shaped harmless pieces, keeping you and your family safe.

  • Standard Glass
  • Royalty Glass
5Select Spacer

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  • Bronze

  • Aluminium

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Quick Summary
Product:Insulated Glass
Shape:Rectangle
Size:5" x 5"
Thickness:5" x 5"
Inside:Clear Glass
Outside:Clear Glass
Overall Thickness:11/4"
Strength:Annealed (Standard) Glass

Glass Finishing

Differences between Standard Glass and Royalty Glass

Standard Glass breaks apart into larger, hazardous and sharper pieces.

Royalty Glass, on the other hand, is known for its safety. Tempered glass (also called safety glass), is four times stronger than annealed glass due to the way it is heated up then cooled down in the manufacturing process. When Royalty glass breaks, it breaks into small pebble-shaped harmless pieces, keeping you and your family safe.

  • Standard Glass
  • Royalty Glass
6Order Summary

Order Summary

  • Insulated Glass Rectangle EDIT
  • Insulated Glass Dimension 5" X 5" EDIT
  • Insulated Glass Thickness 1/4" EDIT
  • Glass Type - Inside Clear Glass EDIT
  • Glass Type - Outside Clear Glass EDIT
  • Overall Thickness 1/4" EDIT
  • Insulated Glass Strength 1/4" EDIT
  • Insulated Glass Spacer Aluminium EDIT
  • Expected Delivery 7 days
  • Pay in full or in 4 interest-free installments
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Glass Finishing

Differences between Standard Glass and Royalty Glass

Standard Glass breaks apart into larger, hazardous and sharper pieces.

Royalty Glass, on the other hand, is known for its safety. Tempered glass (also called safety glass), is four times stronger than annealed glass due to the way it is heated up then cooled down in the manufacturing process. When Royalty glass breaks, it breaks into small pebble-shaped harmless pieces, keeping you and your family safe.

  • Standard Glass
  • Royalty Glass

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