Etched glass – Using it for different reasons

Why have a generic glass block project when you can have unique designs? Many people know that the block comes in a corrugated design and can be used for windows, showers, or walls, but they don't realize that you can fit your block with unique images and patterns for private viewing at an affordable price.

For steps on how to take advantage of the choice of engraved dichroic, continue reading the article.

Step 1:

Decide where you want to use the etched glass blocks – what is unique about the etched blocks is their ability to be used as a structural element of windows, walls, or as a gift or reward for a friend, neighbor, or team.

Step 2:

Do you want a custom image or a standard pattern? For personalized gifts, prizes, logos, or a custom wall image this is the obvious choice. In many cases, though archival images will capture the look and don't require a client image.

Step 3:

For a glass block wall or window, should you use a single or multiple block pattern? Since the blocks are laser-engraved murals as a single set, it is best to have the junctions between the blocks closer to a window or wall application.

Step 4:

Consider using a stained glass block or a dichroic glass unit. For added appeal, consider adding color or a dichroic mirror with a glass window, wall, or bathroom design.

Step 5:

Determine the best method for installing windows, walls, bathrooms, or directional signs There are several methods for installing glass blocks. The most common installation method right now is to use precast glass block panels.


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