Enjoy the feeling of being outdoors while inside your own home. Maximize your view with our custom-built butt-glazed windows. Butt joined windows provide an element of aesthetic beauty, since you are looking through glass and not hardware or frame. Butt joined windows are usually extra-large windows where one monolithic piece of glass will not fill the entire frame of the window. For butt joined windows, we take more than one piece of glass and join it directly to another piece of glass without a vertical frame to divide the two or more pieces of glass. It is glass to glass.
The term mitered describes the process of joining together two pieces of wood, glass, or other construction material. Mitered corners are fit together from parts cut at an angle. Two pieces cut at a 45-degree angle will fit together to form a 90-degree corner. Mitered windows are very similar but they are for curved or angled openings where we butt join the glass together on a mitered edge to achieve the corner or angled join.
Mitered windows are very similar to butt joined windows with one main exception. A mitered window application is used for a curved or angled opening where we butt join the glass together on a mitered edge to achieve a corner or angled join. Both butt joined and mitered windows provide superior strength and beauty to your home or business. Call Andy's Glass & Window for a free glass estimate.