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Commercial Glazing Byron Bay


Excellent Glass Workmanship

Glazing is a process used for retaining heat in glass especially during the cold months. Double or triple-glazed panels for windows and doors are commonly used as these can withstand storms and cyclones.

Cape Byron Glass
is a team of glass experts in the building and commercial glazing industry. Whether designing or installing, our Crimsafe authorised business has the right knowledge and tools to ensure safe and secure windows and doors. Give Us A Call Today!

Superior Commercial Glazing


Servicing Byron Bay, Tweed & Surrounds

Investing in superior quality glass can significantly improve your business’ overall look and style. Glazing gives your property a sleek and stylish look. It also lets natural lighting in while protecting your home.

Our team of professional glaziers can design, manufacture and install different types of glazing at competitive prices. Count on us to provide you with glazing solutions that meet your exact taste and budget.

Talk to our friendly staff about your preferred storefront and we can make it happen for you. We service the areas of Northern Rivers including Byron, Tweed Heads, Ballina and Gold Coast.
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Frequently Asked Questions



What is double glazing?

The term 'double glazing' is used to refer to windows or doors that have two panes of glass within a single frame.

The two glass panes are separated by a spacer. This spacer creates a gap that is filled with either air or gas, creating an insulated break between the two glass panes.

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What are the benefits of using double-glazed windows?

Double-glazing has its own thermal insulation system that increases the efficiency of your heating and cooling systems.

While double glazed windows are more expensive than single glazed ones, the energy efficiency will help you save more in the long run.

How much space is between the panes of double-glazed windows?

The gaps in double-glazed windows usually range from 6mm to 20mm, although a 12mm distance is often considered the best when it comes to thermal insulation.

Some people prefer a 150mm gap for noise reduction, but this also reduces your glass’ insulating capacity.