Glass Block Windows

Glass blocks were all the rage back in the 80s, but like so many other things they are making a big comeback. The reason is that they are very versatile and have a really cool look when they are used.

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A Traditionally Modern Look

The most common use for glass blocks will be basement windows, but as you can see in our gallery they can be used in so many other ways. Want a shower that looks amazing? Build it out of glass blocks. Our designers know how to use glass blocks and will help create a space that is beautiful and truly timeless. Glass block is a great way to add privacy to your bathroom or pretty much any other window. It is a popular choice for replacing the windows in your basement. They have a timeless look and last for a long time without losing their ability to insulate, unlike vinyl windows. Using glass blocks is a great way to create a shower or a hip wall in your home. There are so many different uses for glass blocks. Contact (248) 924-9798 for more information about insulating your attic in Metro Detroit. One of the ways we make your project simple is by offering financing options. This way you can get everything done without having to pay for it all at once. Check out our financing options and choose the one that works best for you.
  • Glass blocks permit natural light to gently cross the window
  • Provides privacy
  • Wide range of options
  • Extremely safe
  • Great thermal and sound insulation
  • Extremely resistant to break-ins
  • Great for residential and commercial
  • No glass block project is too big or small

It's the Hidden Things That Make the Difference

You are truly only limited to your imagination when it comes to glass blocks. Discovering new ways to bring the world outside indoors has been a favorite part of our design exploration in the last couple of years. Creative architects, designers, and homeowners willing to try new ideas have shown us fun and creative ways in which we can once again connect with nature even as we are forced to stay indoors. There is absolutely no doubt that a global pandemic that has kept us largely indoors for over two years now has profoundly shaped home design and decorating trends. People are once again embracing, brighter, cheerful, and more open homes that invite light and create a healthier lifestyle. It is this journey that has helped the world rediscover the magic of glass blocks.