Sign up for our free email guide all about glazing for your self–build
When you are planning your self-build, the glazing specification is so important and there are so many technical aspects to consider. Self-builders are taking on a big challenge when they begin their projects, and you must quickly become experts in so many areas of building technology.
Glazing for Self-Builders is such a broad term, and it completely depends on the performance and design of the self-build as to what glazing you should specify.
Our free email digital course will provide you an overview of the key areas of architectural glazing for self-builders and glass specification, allowing you to more successfully choose the glazing for your self-build.
The digital course is delivered to you via email every 2 days. Each email course provides you with the latest technical information you need to know about glazing for self-build projects with links to further reading.
The Glazing for Self-Builders Email Course
The course covers the below topics, providing the latest technical information about architectural glazing for self-builds.
- Demystifying Glazing Jargon
- Structural Glazing for Self Builds
- Key Considerations when Specifying Slim Sliding Glass Doors
- Planning for your Glass Installation
- Preventing Overheating
- Final Tips and Tricks
Each section of the email course provides the best tips for selecting your glazing for your self-build. The course is free, and you can sign up via the link below. You will then receive an email every 2 days with useful information and technical details about the glazing for your self-build.
- What is the best time to order the glazing for your self-build?
- How can you design glazing to avoid overheating?
- How can you get a true flush threshold from your glass doors?
- How can I incorporate opening windows/doors into a structural glass assembly?
- What is the best glass type for your architectural glazing?
If you are considering using architectural glazing in your self-build, contact the team at IQ who would be happy to help. Click here to see all the ways you can contact the team.
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