Minster textured glass is another very commonly used vision-obscuring glass that is more visible from other rooms than other types like Stipployt and Cotswold textured glass.
Minster glass is a rolled textured glass with small dents repeated across the entire surface of the glass to create a semi-rough texture that barely obstructs visibility but creates an adequate level of privacy. It comes in a standard thickness of 4mm and obscurity with a privacy level of 2 (low/medium obscuration), you can just see through this glass but not any level of detail.
Minster textured glass can be used in doors and windows for single and double-glazed applications, but is touched as a basic standard and is most popular in residential applications.
At First Home Improvements, we offer a wide variety of processing treatments to our minster textured glass including:
- Toughening for windows and doors that are within 30cm of a door or 80cm from a finished floor,
- Holes for fixtures and fittings, and
- Radius corners and rounded edges,
There are different lead times required for the preparation of your new minster glass panels, but a safe estimate would be to give us at least 3 weeks, but this will depend on your specific requirements.
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