Posted by: glassblockblogger | March 7, 2011

Installing the New LightWise from Pittsburgh Corning

Installation of LightWise from Pittsburgh Corning Glass

The installation of LightWise® from Pittsburgh Corning Glass Block is quite straightforward. These windows are pre-assembled and install like traditional windows.

You will just need to place the Glass Block in the window opening and fasten along the built-in nailing fins which are now set back 1¼” to fit all siding and stucco applications. The Glass Block is bonded with silicone for an all-glass look, so there’s no need to hire skilled labor – and there’s no clean-up hassle.

LightWise Glass Block Window InstallationWhat really sets the LightWise® window apart from the crowd is simple: it’s real Glass Block. LightWise® windows will not scratch, burn or discolor, providing years of timeless beauty. Plus, no other window system looks quite like a real Glass Block window. You get the security, durability, and beauty of Glass Block for about the same price as any other specialty window. The LightWise® Window can make light dance. And it’s available in two distinctive patterns allowing you to control privacy and light transmission.

Let us know if you need more information on the installation requirements of these excellent windows from Pittsburgh Corning Glass Block. We would be pleased to help; contact us online or just call or email:


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  6. Hello: I want to know if it’s possible for them to sell me blocks in halves; the two unjoined parts. I need to do a project in my house… How much each half would cost ?. Thank you very much for your attention.

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