Different glass options allow homeowners to have both private and elegant garage doors. Whichever you choose, it will surely enhance the beauty of your door. If you’re interested in any glass other than clear glass, be sure to check with your Door Designer to ensure the manufacturer you choose offers that type of glass.
Clear glass is the most popular type of glass among homeowners. A benefit of clear glass is that it matches the other windows throughout your home’s exterior to create a uniform and cohesive look, as well as bring in natural light to your garage.
Textured glass adds a certain elegance to your garage door which can enhance your home’s exterior. Many homeowners choose seeded, hammered, or glue chip options as the glass's inclusions lend a sparkling appearance when the garage is lit from within for a higher-end look.
When it comes to your garage door windows, some homeowners prioritize privacy of the items inside their garage. Others know the curb appeal that can be added by a glass type other than standard. Tinted, frosted or obscure glass can provide privacy without skimping on style on your garage door.
Designer glass is an obscure glass with a baked-on ceramic design. They come in a variety of designs and patterns that can match any home. They are available in both long and short panels and add a dignified look to your home’s exterior.
Insulated glass is available in almost all types and is more expensive than a single pane, but can be beneficial for your overall garage door system. It's important that you determine whether or not you need insulated glass before you purchase a new garage door.