Glass bricks are an aesthetically pleasing, and striking architectural feature suitable for decorative or practical application indoors or out. They are often specified in bathrooms and wet rooms, where their ability to offer privacy whilst not restricting light penetration is a real drawcard. There are a range of patterns, finishes, and colours to suit any situation or match any décor. Glass bricks are widely available from specialist outlets, glaziers or glass supply outlets.
Glass bricks are typically installed in an aluminium or wood frame, utilizing mortar or silicone. Anchor clips, together with T and X plastic connectors support and space the glass blocks. Silicone or mortar is then used to seal all the joints. This is generally more aesthetically pleasing and practical, particularly for bathrooms and other wet areas in the home. Mortar is recommended in applications where large expanses of glass brick are required, or where the wall curves.
Glass brick are not just for decorative effect, they have many practical features as well, including:
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