Posted October 29, 2018 06:19:08In an effort to combat the glass that’s making its way through the glass ceiling of our homes and office buildings, the glass manufacturers of the world have been looking for a way to increase the thickness of their windows.
That’s exactly what the company Glass Roof is hoping to do, and it’s just getting started.
Glass Roof is a glass-framed wall that uses a thin layer of glass to form a window, which can be up to 4 inches thick.
The glass is sandwiched between two layers of concrete that is then coated with glass, which gives it a thick, durable layer.
The thickness is also controlled by a pressure sensor that measures how much force it’s putting on the glass.
Glass Roof claims that its new glass-and-concrete-filled window, with a thickness of up to 3 feet, will save homeowners hundreds of dollars over the next two years.
The company’s first glass-based window will be installed in a new office building in Philadelphia.
The windows will feature a glass floor, glass windows, and a steel frame.
Glass roofs will also be installed on residential buildings, including in Boston and Washington, DC.
The company says it’s planning to expand the program to other cities in the coming years.