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Residential Bathroom Windows
Glass block bathroom windows from “A Glass Block Vision” deliver a compelling return on investment by combining enhanced security, increased privacy, improved energy efficiency, and dependable protection against the elements.
Commercial Bathroom Windows
A Glass Block Vision expertly designs and installs glass block bathroom windows throughout Northeast Ohio, using the finest-quality Seves brand glass blocks.
The bathroom is like no other room in your house, subject to even more fluctuating temperature and humidity than a basement, and with the additional need for privacy and ample light. Any bathroom will benefit from a professionally installed glass block window. Our bathroom glass block windows and shower walls are the perfect choice.
Glass Block Windows for Bathrooms
Whether your bathroom is above or below ground, glass blocks are an ideal option—compared to traditional glass pane windows, our durable glass blocks provide superior privacy, strength, security, and insulation, while allowing in ample light. They’re easy to clean, too!
Glass Block Windows Make Your Bathroom Private
Bathrooms are the most private room in the house, seldom shared, and not one into which another person should be able to see. That’s what makes bathroom glass block windows so suitable: they have excellent light transmittance while obscuring a clear line of sight. Natural, diffuse light and outstanding privacy—all in one product.
Glass Block Showers
If you’ve ever considered putting glass blocks in your shower—it’s a great idea! A glass block shower provides an immediate upgrade to any bathroom, sure to impress your guests as much as it pleases you.
Glass block, also known as Glass Bricks—whether used to create an enclosed, walk-in glass block shower, a single shower wall, or even a shower window—provide excellent privacy, waterproofness, and light transmittance, while easily maintained. Glass block shower designs, created with our decades of expertise and brought to life using only the best glass block products, can be made to fit any bathroom and architectural taste.
Contact A Glass Block Vision today for a free quote, and discuss how we can create the glass block shower of your dreams!
Note: Dryer vents and air vents are optional.
How secure are glass block bathroom windows?
Glass block bathroom windows are generally considered to be secure. They offer several security advantages:
Visibility and Privacy: Glass blocks allow natural light to enter the bathroom while providing a level of privacy. Typically, the individual blocks are textured or frosted, making it difficult for outsiders to see into the bathroom.
Strength and Durability: Glass blocks are thicker and more substantial than standard window glass. They are difficult to break through, providing a physical barrier against intrusion. Attempts to shatter glass blocks are typically noisy and time-consuming, which can deter potential intruders.
Resistant to Forced Entry: Breaking through glass blocks requires a significant amount of force, which makes them resistant to forced entry. Intruders would need specialized tools and time to breach the glass, making it less attractive for quick break-ins.
Impact Resistance: Glass block windows can withstand impact better than standard windows. This is especially valuable in areas prone to severe weather or vandalism.
However, it’s essential to remember that no window is entirely impervious to determined intruders. While glass block windows offer enhanced security, it’s wise to complement them with other security measures such as locks and alarms. Additionally, proper installation is crucial to ensure the maximum security benefits of glass block bathroom windows. Consulting with a professional installer can help you choose the right design and installation method to enhance security and privacy while maintaining aesthetics.
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Glass Block Basement Windows
Glass block basement windows creat curb appeal and also provide an excellent return on investment. Why? Security, privacy, energy efficiency, and protection against the elements.
Glass Block Bathroom Windows
Glass blocks in bathrooms Let the light in and keep prying eyes out. Illuminate your bathroom with the elegance of glass blocks. Enjoy natural light while maintaining your privacy.
Glass Block Garage Windows
Glass block windows provide secure and private garage solutions. With enhanced energy efficiency, these windows naturally brighten your garage while maintaining privacy.
Glass Block Shower Walls
Glass block shower walls are a great option for walk-in showers. They are sturdier than frameless glass showers and can be varied in height and width. Glass block shower walls can also help to muffle sound.
Commercial Glass Block Windows
Glass block windows are a versatile option for commercial and residential building applications. They can provide energy savings, protection from severe weather, and improved curb appeal.
Glass Block Walls
Glass block walls prove to be an excellent option for commercial settings due to their minimal maintenance requirements and resilience against environmental wear and tear. For interior and exterior applications.
Why Choose A Glass Block Vision?
A Glass Block Vision is a customer service-oriented company. Our clients are important to us, and we strive to provide them with quality materials and service that encourages them to share our name with family and friends.
As a full-service glass block construction company and installer of Glass Block, we are committed to delivering premium-quality glass block installations and unparalleled service at competitive prices. With our fully bonded and insured staff, we have the experience and knowledge to help you create any glass block application for your home, business, or institution.
Led by our president, David Villoni, who has over 30 years of industry experience, our installers are among the most experienced in the business.
Rest assured, all of our installers are A Glass Block Vision employees, and we do NOT use subcontractors. Additionally, we carry worker’s compensation certificates for all employees.
Bathroom Glass Block Windows—FAQs
Are glass block windows a good idea?
Glass block windows present a multitude of advantages, rendering them an appealing option for both commercial and residential applications. These versatile windows offer benefits ranging from energy efficiency to robust weather resistance, making them an adaptable choice for nearly any project.
Are glass block in bathrooms out of style?
Glass block bathroom windows are not out of fashion. In fact, the widespread use of glass blocks at the entrances of Coach stores nationwide and in trendy, upscale urban hotels exemplifies that glass blocks, as a whole, remain in vogue. However, it’s essential to opt for stylish patterns that seamlessly complement your interior design.
How private are glass block windows?
While glass blocks may not be suitable for every situation, they do offer a range of advantages when applied appropriately. Here are a couple of key benefits:
Privacy: Glass blocks excel at providing privacy by concealing what lies behind them while still allowing the passage of light.
Energy Efficiency: Glass block windows, owing to their complete sealing with mortar and caulk, effectively reduce air infiltration and heat transfer, contributing to enhanced energy efficiency.
How secure are basement glass block windows?
A properly constructed and installed glass block window is an excellent theft deterrent. Glass blocks are thick, held together by quality cement, and exceedingly difficult to break through, especially without attracting attention.
Will a glass block window allow airflow into my bathroom?
Typically, glass block windows are equipped with optional vents to facilitate airflow, a feature essential for many homes. Vented glass block windows are particularly common in areas such as bathrooms, basements, and bedrooms. In bathrooms, these vents play a crucial role in expelling moisture and preventing the development of mildew.