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Custom & Specialty Glass Byron Bay

 

Personalised Glass Designs

 
Selecting the right glass décor for your home or office is now made easy. With our range of personalised specialty glass and mirrors, Cape Byron Glass has the right design for you.

We stock the following types of specialty glass and more:

  • Specialty glass
  • Antique glass
  • Restoration glass
  • Patterned glass
  • Coloured glass

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Our team of heavily trained and experienced team can assist when it comes to choosing glass and mirrors for your living space. If we do not have the specific design or style you are looking for, our glaziers will do their best to order these for you.

Our glass and mirrors are perfect for splashbacks, door panels, walkways, glass fences and more. Contact our team of glass experts for your next building or renovation project. We service the entire Northern Rivers region including Ballina, Gold Coast and Tweed Heads
 
 
 
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Frequently Asked Questions

 

 
 

What is a spectrally selective window glaze?

 
A spectrally selective glazing is a type of glazing that has optical properties which may be reflective to certain wavelengths and invisible to others.

These kinds of coatings do not show under visible light and can reflect both long-wave and short-wave infrared radiation.

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Is it possible to cut through toughened glass?

 
Toughened or tempered glass undergoes a hardening procedure that involves heating in a furnace and quick cooling.

It is impossible to cut through toughened glass once the process is complete. However, its surface can be polished up to a depth of 3mm.
 
 
 

What causes toughened glass to explode?

 
This can be due to small impurities and microscopic chipping, scratches and glass expansion due to sunlight.

This and other factors can cause toughened glass to fracture and eventually explode.

It is best to consult a glass professional immediately once you see the first signs of fracture in your toughened glass.