Posted by: glassblockblogger | July 3, 2014

Using Multiple Types Of Glass Block In A Single Project

For this recent project, a homeowner from Center Valley, PA called us with an uncommon, albeit interesting inquiry for a window in their home. They wanted to fill this glass block window with two different sizes of blocks and three different types of blocks: Decora LX, Decora and Icescapes, by Pittsburgh Corning. Normally, customers inquire about glass block windows and projects using only one type of block, so we were excited to sketch this up and even more excited to see the finished product. It is not everyday that a customer wants to use two different types of block in the same project, let alone three different types of block and it is a rarity that different sizes are used together with one another as well, which made it all the more exciting. The sketch, drawn by Kris Joannides of our marketing department, took a few tries to find the perfect mix between the different size blocks, but it was all worth the time because the finished window looks amazing. For anyone walking past, it is definitely an eye-grabber. We were thrilled to see the homeowner love the finished window which was installed by our installation experts Miguel Bustinza and Carlos Colon. Our #1 goal is to make the customer as happy as possible with our product and we have succeeded in that with this beautiful looking window. 20140619_165013 Services and products are available through Eastern Glass Block. We will arrange for drawing review and technical guidance, full sample selection, supply or delivery of glass blocks, professional installation, on-site assistance, and provide technical support after the job is completed, if needed. Call us at 800-635-1226. We are ready to help.

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