Glass Partitions London | 21 February 2020
We’re used to the idea of glass sliding doors creating a barrier between outside and in. They’re great for keeping out inclement weather while providing a clear view to the garden and letting in the maximum amount of natural light.
So, for similar reasons, it makes perfect sense to use glass room dividers to separate one area of a space from another – and why they’re not more common is a bit of a mystery.
Unlike more conventional room dividers (shelving units, folding screens, curtains) they allow the maximum amount of light to flow through them, take up a minimal floor space, provide a degree of sound insulation and have a sleek, minimalistic look.
GH Interior Glass can make the dividers in clear and frosted glass or even with different finishes on each side – a mirror finish on one side with coloured glass on the other, for instance. One drawback with coloured glass however is that it will block the light from passing through.
One of the best benefits of having a glass door installed in your home or office is the increase in natural light in your property. Rather than blocking it off with large, solid doors, you can light up your space for free! Not only will this save you a whole lot of money on electricity bills, but using sliding glass doors will also let you enjoy the many other benefits of natural light, including improving your mood and increasing energy levels. Who would’ve thought you’d get all of that just from switching to glass doors? Another advantage of sliding glass doors is the fact that there’ll be increased room for people to move in and out of your home or office. With a larger space opening up to the outside or to connecting rooms, it makes it easy for guests to move throughout your property, creating a better flow. It’ll also open up your house and connect each separate space, encouraging more harmony throughout your interior.
As sliding glass doors are typically much larger than regular doors, usually going from floor to ceiling and sometimes replacing the entire length of a wall, they really help improve ventilation in homes and offices. On warm days, you can open your doors wide, letting the cool breeze from outside circulate and enjoying the fresh air. You won’t even have to use air conditioning anymore, which will save you a lot on electricity bills! By choosing glass sliding doors, you also open up the space you live or work in. Not only will it make your rooms seem bigger and connect them to the outdoors, the fact that you don’t have to open them in or out will also mean you can use more of the space in your rooms. This is a great benefit to any property and gives you more freedom in the rooms that you have.
Using sliding glass doors can give you the opportunity to take a look outside without any obstruction. You’ll feel far more free and connected to the outdoors, which is a wonderful benefit for both large and small homes or offices. As you can see, there are many benefits to getting sliding glass doors installed in your home or workspace, and it’s not hard to see why they’re so popular.