Insulated Glass Units For Windows
New or replacement glass units in any size and shape
Clearlight has the glass and expertise to meet any requirement . We custom make insulated glass (a.k.a. double pane or IG units) in various sizes, shapes, and thicknesses, and we specialize in making IG's for curved and beveled applications. We use a top-quality foam-based spacer that contains a desiccant (to absorb moisture) which we believe is superior to the standard metal spacers normally found in other factory-built units to provide years of worry-free performance.
Give us your measurements or bring us a pattern, tell us what you like, then let our experts make the perfect piece for your requirements. What something extra special? Look at our specialty glass options for use in one or more panes.
For any application in your home including:
- Full light doors
- True divided light doors
And with many options to match any style and decor:
- Double glazed units
- Triple glazed units
- Encapsulated units - perfect for art glass and stained glass
- Lightweight glass - with beveled or specialty edges
- Specialty and textured glass
- Custom etched designs
- Privacy etched units
Our standard finished thicknesses include 3/8”, 7/16”, 1/2”, 5/8”, 3/4”, 1”, and 1 1/4". We stock spacers in 3/16”, 1/4”, 3/8”, 1/2", 5/8”, and 3/4" thicknesses, so paired with our standard glass thicknesses, we can meet most any thickness requirement. We often bevel the outside pane of the unit resulting in a thinner profile which means we can use thicker glass and fit it into a standard rabbet. Also, we do a lot of IG's that have a specialty glass on one side (e.g. seedy or rain or low-e) and clear on the inside that creates a great one-of-a-kind look. Our spacers come in black and gray.
NOTE that our minimum unit thicknesses are 3/8” annealed and 7/16” tempered. Also, as we live in a temperate area of the United States, we don't provide argon gas as an option.
Concered about safety?
Most glass can be tempered for extra strength and safety for a small additional charge. For the few specialty patterns that cannot be tempered, we can encapulate or triple glaze them so that they will meet building codes.