Glass partition installation
Frameless partitioning - the answer to all your problems?
Whether you're having your commercial environment designed and built from scratch or you're in the process of modernising, you're probably engaged in an inner battle between practicality, functionality, aesthetics and price. Opting for one benefit tends to mean you have to make sacrifices in another, with the highest quality options taking their toll on your budget.
Glass, rather conveniently, provides you with a satisfactory balance between all of these concerns. It's flexible, looks expensive (even when it isn't), and has a host of other benefits. Let's take a look at what these benefits are, below!
What can glass partitions do for your office?
- They create a light, spacious open-air feel - doing away with the 'claustrophobic' effect of some none-transparent partitioning
- Privacy features can be installed as regards acoustics and visibility
- They reduce the need for artificial lighting, in turn reducing energy bills
- Easy to install and remove
Glass is a fantastic material. Why?
- Glass is a great insulator
- Glass is a flexible material that offers many design opportunities
- Glass looks ultra-modern and offers numerous cost-saving benefits
- The glass we use can be toughened to various specifications, and is shatter proof
Glass partitions make for a contemporary workspace.
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Example glass partition projects
Site images update from our local install with flooring complete and also pc install. Client can’t wait to get into their new offices.
Glazed partition offices
New glazed partition offices with new tiles, black ceiling grid, flooring and lighting. Another complete refurbishment by Blounts Commercial Interiors.
Another happy client, protecting their staff! This week Blounts Commercial Interiors have been working in the education sector, providing glass screens for the receptionist desks to help protect staff and their pupils. We are often asked why do we use glass partitioning instead of acrylic. Well, there’s a couple of reasons why; 1. The materials…
Personal protection screens
We installed personal protective screens for one of our clients. We have also teamed up with a cleaning company who are trained in Bio Hazard Fogging within offices, their advice to us was; “Stay away from plastic screens as the virus can stay in the grooves of the plastic” We use glass partitioning instead of…