Glass is traditionally used in shop fronts or to the front elevation of a shop in order to entice customers and display products.
Extra clear low iron glass is useful in these installations, especially if very large glass elevations are being designed with thicker glass specifications. The clearer and more natural colour available from low iron glass enables a clearer view through a shop front to the products inside.
Similarly anti-reflective glass will reduce external reflections, even under high sunlight, allowing potential customers to look through the glass into the shop rather than at their reflections.
The doors within a glass shop front can also be glazed as well, enticing customers into the building. Glass doors in commercial fronts can be frameless or framed depending on the glass specification required.
You could consider the integration of a slogan or logo into the glass unit itself, maintaining most of the transparency through the shop front whilst advertising the company. This can be done using Screen Printing, Sandblasting or Printed Interlayers.
Digital Printed Interlayers can be used in shop fronts where transparency is not necessarily required to create a vibrant and bright advert of the business within the glass panel.
Inside the shop display can be created using UV bonded glass shelving structures to create a glass display area that doesn’t impeded natural light passing into the internal areas of the shop.