Obscured glass is generally used in the bathroom, toilet windows, or anywhere where privacy is most desired. The distorted patterns allow for light to come through while blocking the visibility.
- Provides maximum privacy and appeal while being cost-effective
- Patterned glass does not streak easily
- Obscured glass may reduce light levels depending on selected colour and tones.
- Can be toughened or laminated to become a Grade A Safety Glass (AS2208 & AS1288) – except Satinlite
- Bathrooms & toilets
- Anywhere privacy is most desired
Glass selection plays a pivotal role when building or renovating your home. The type of glass selected has significant impact on the energy efficiency, acoustics and natural light exposure that your home has. Along with window orientation, selecting the correct glass solution for your home is crucial as it can positively impact your energy bill, your home's resale value and the overall comfort throughout the Australian summer and winter.