Glass floor features

The material used to make glass floors is triplex. This is due to the fact that the triplex, which represents 2-3 sheets of tempered glass, connected together allows achieving the necessary characteristics of resistance to loads - static and dynamic. Fasteners for mounting glass floors are joints, made of stainless steel of high durability. Another option for installing a glass floor is stacking on a pre-prepared slot in the floor.
Glass floors made of tempered glass have a high light pass. So, under it, you can set the backlight so that the glass floor can act as a source of light, thereby enhancing the impression and overall design of the room.
The glass floor in the apartment does not contribute to the accumulation of dirt and pathogenic microorganisms, and therefore it is very hygienic. The glass floor is not "afraid" of moisture, but even if something unintentionally was spilled on such a floor, then no additional measures, except wet or dry cleaning, is needed.

The glass floor plays a significant role in shaping the perception of space in the room. Glass "window" on the floor can add a room more "stretched" or, on the contrary, "flattened" look, and glass floor in the form of a tape will visually "push" the space boundaries.
Among the disadvantages of using glass floors in residential buildings and apartments, we can mention their rather slippery surface. And indeed, the smooth glass can be very slippery. However, such a disadvantage can be easily eliminated: the surface of the floor is treated with a sandblasting method, which makes rough. The treated surface of the glass floor is not slippery.

The design, manufacture, and installation of glass houses in both private and public interiors are carried out by Giovani Glass. Our great practical experience and professionalism guarantee you the high quality and reliability of the manufactured designs!


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