Show Off Your Personality With Our Antique Mirror

Show Off Your Personality With Our Antique Mirror

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Make a Grand Entrance With Our Custom Glass tables

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Polish Off Your Bathroom With Our frameless shower doors

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Give your kitchen a new feeling, with our Kitchen Backsplash

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Tuesday, March 21, 2017

Were hiring Specialist Apply now.new york

Giovani Glass
Giovani Glass, Inc - Brooklyn , NY 11223

Glazier / Glass Mechanic required. Clean driver's license required.Must be a responsible, reliable, honest and hard working individual. 
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 You should have Minimum 1 years experience required in shower doors repairs and installations, Glass installations, glass cutting and installation.Knowledge of fabrication of glass units, edge polishing, and mirror installation a plus.Must have own tools. Full time position and must be willing and able to work overtime as required. Our trucks service the 5 boroughs of New York and beyond.Long term growth opportunity.Call 718 600-2294 or email resume.
Requirements: 
- hands from the right place; 
- driving licence; 
- work experience; 
- fluent English; 

Please contact us: (resumes) 
e-mail: hiring@giovaniglass.com 
Phone # + 1(718) 600-2294

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Does tempered glass has waves after tempering? Disadvantages

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Toughened or tempered glass from Giovani Glass is a type of safety glass processed by controlled thermal or chemical treatments to increase its strength compared with normal glass. Tempering puts the outer surfaces into compression and the inner surfaces into tension. Such stresses cause the glass, when broken, to crumble into small granular chunks instead of splintering into jagged shards as plate glass (a.k.a. annealed glass) creates. The granular chunks are less likely to cause injury.
As a result of its safety and strength, toughened glass is used in a variety of demanding applications, including passenger vehicle windows, shower doors, architectural glass doors and tables, refrigerator trays, mobile screen protectors, as a component of bulletproof glass, for diving masks, and various types of plates and cookware.
Tempered Glass used in Glass pool fence Project by Giovani glass

Manufacturing

Toughened glass can be made from annealed glass via a thermal tempering process. The glass is placed onto a roller table, taking it through a furnace that heats it well above its transition temperature of 564 °C (1,047 °F) to around 620 °C (1,148 °F). The glass is then rapidly cooled with forced air drafts while the inner portion remains free to flow for a short time.
An alternative chemical toughening process involves forcing a surface layer of glass at least 0.1 mm thick into compression by ion exchange of the sodium ions in the glass surface with potassium ions (which are 30% larger), by immersion of the glass into a bath of molten potassium nitrate. Chemical toughening results in increased toughness compared with thermal toughening and can be applied to glass objects of complex shapes.[5]

Advantages


Tempered safety glass, which has been laminated, often does not fall out of its frame when it breaks – usually due to the anti-splinter film applied on the glass, as seen in this grocery store meat case.
The term "toughened glass" is generally used to describe fully tempered glass but is sometimes used to describe heat-strengthened glass as both types undergo a thermal "toughening" process.[citation needed]
There are two main types of heat-treated glass: heat-strengthened and fully tempered. Heat-strengthened glass is twice as strong as annealed glass while fully tempered glass has typically four to six times the strength of annealed glass and withstands heating in microwave ovens. The difference is the residual stress in the edge and glass surface. Fully tempered glass in the US is generally rated above 65 megapascals (9,400 psi) in pressure-resistance, while heat-strengthened glass is between 40 and 55 megapascals (5,800 and 8,000 psi).[citation needed]
The tempering process does not change the stiffness of the glass.[citation needed] Annealed glass undergoes a similar deflection compared to tempered glass under the same load, but tempered glass can take a higher load and, therefore, deflects further before breaking.

Disadvantages

Toughened glass must be cut to size or pressed to shape before toughening, and cannot be re-worked once toughened. Polishing the edges or drilling holes in the glass is carried out before the toughening process starts. Because of the balanced stresses in the glass, damage to any portion will eventually result in the glass shattering into thumbnail-sized pieces. The glass is most susceptible to breakage due to damage to the edge of the glass, where the tensile stress is the greatest, but shattering can also occur in the event of a hard impact in the middle of the glass pane or if the impact is concentrated (for example, striking the glass with a hardened point).
Using toughened glass can pose a security risk in some situations because of the tendency of the glass to shatter completely upon hard impact rather than leaving shards in the window frame.[6]
The surface of tempered glass does exhibit surface waves caused by contact with flattening rollers, if it has been formed using this process. This waviness is a significant problem in manufacturing of thin film solar cells.[7] The float glass process can be used to provide low-distortion sheets with very flat and parallel surfaces.
Source: Wikipedia

Friday, December 30, 2016

Do you love framed Mirrors?

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Do you love framed mirrors?



When trying to expand limited space, create openness, or bring light into a room, a mirrored wall can provide just the right touch. The reflective surface visually expands a space, making it feel twice as big. Good customer service is always sure from Giovani Glass and you can buy it from us here in New York. There are lots of people who would love to go and take their service since quality is excellent and people will enjoy their time

Antique Mirror Walls Can you really overlook them

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Mirrors can be applied on both whole walls as well as sections, creating different feelings with their spacing and position. Mirrored walls are common in workout facilities to allow patrons to see themselves as they exercise, but their popularity is growing as a decoration in a kitchen or living room, as they also bring in natural light and a sense of space through reflection. They are easy to clean as well as decorative. A wall mirror is a great simple way to expand on a room or an office, and can be altered through etching, color or other designs to increase its individuality and tie it into a theme or create a statement piece.





Glass Floors is a very good option for one and all

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It may not seem like it, but glass floors provide some of the most secure and easy to clean floor surfaces. Glass floors can be clear as well as opaque or filled with designs, well also blocking ultraviolet light and being immune to water damage. Some of the world’s architectural wonders are introducing or already have glass floors to allow for the best view.







The Eiffel Tower is replacing some of its flooring with glass, and the Sears Tower in Chicago is full of glass balconies, adorned with both glass fences and floors, that allow for people to have a full view of the city. Not only can glass provide the best view both on the sides and below, it is strong, sanitary and safe.

A satisfied and happy client with the way they were treated in your enterprise is likely to come back more often and also recommend you to friends and even relatives and that is the main thing we focus on in GIOVANI GLASS. A word of mouth approval from colleagues and friends are always very helpful. Good customer service is always sure from  GIOVANI GLASS and you can buy it from us here in New York. We at GIOVANI GLASS make customers happy and create an experience which is satisfying for them

Saturday, December 24, 2016

Glass Countertops They look classy

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Glass Counter tops – They look classy
When it comes to kitchen counter tops, there are a wide array of options to choose from, such as granite, ceramic, wood or laminate, with a variety of different pros and cons. It all depends on your budget and taste which one to select. Since there is lots of choice people may get confused. So always decide before hand your options. 
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Recently, glass has been growing in popularity as an option for kitchen and bathroom counter tops. The many varieties for glass make for stunning countertops that are durable and easy to clean. This has made this option very popular and lots of people all over the country are making use of this. It is not very expensive and also durable.

The countertops are available in a variety of colors, patterns, designs and thicknesses to fit all kinds of kitchens, bathrooms or bars. Since there is so much of choice you should be sure of what your needs are. Once you get it made you cannot change it. So think and then act.
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Along with their diversity, glass countertops are significantly more heat resistant then many laminate or wood countertop options. They are also non-porous, meaning they won’t absorb stains, messes and cleaners the way that wood and some stone countertops will. Easy to clean and maintain, glass is a new and stylish option to make counters stand out. 
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Before selecting from where to buy be sure that you are in the right place. Good customer service is a vital aspect for the functioning of a variety different companies, from shopping to food. Every interaction a worker has with a possible consumer is an act of customer service, and should be as positive for everyone as possible. Someone in the customer service industry is expected to be polite and helpful in all situations.

Wednesday, December 21, 2016

Mirror Furniture- The best quality and prices we offer.

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Mirror Furniture- The best quality and prices we offer.
Styles of furniture come and go, each having its own statement and popularity as it becomes the defining point of an era or place. Victorian style is its own statement, same with cottage or cabin style, that all come along with their own types of furniture. Where there are all kinds of different general styles, within them what is done can be extremely different to fit the person. One unique trend is mirror furniture. This style of furniture has spread by being both elegant and stylish. Good customer service is always sure from Giovani Glass and you can buy it from us here in New York.


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Monday, December 5, 2016

PHOENIX GLASS DINING TABLE

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This Phoenix Glass Dining Table has a unique shaped base and a thick glass table top. The leafe looking pieces are made with the help of modern high-jet cutting equipment that allows to get perfectly cut and polished glass edge. No matter where you put it, in the dining room or lobby area, this coffee table will be the viewpoint of the place.

PHOENIX GLASS DINING TABLE


Types of Glass

  • CLEAR GLASSClear glass is most common type of glass. It helps open up a room with added light passage and is easy to keep clean.
  • LOW IRON GLASSLow-iron glass is crystal clear, with no green hues, making it the perfect way to show off that delicate tile work in your bathroom or display a piece of art work.
  • GRAY GLASSFor added privacy and glare reduction, grey tinted glass allow0s less light transfer and provides extra comfort. Its silver-based tint is popular in our glass shelf kits.
  • BRONZE GLASSSimilar to Gray Glass, bronze tinted glass is an opaque bronze color for added privacy and comfort, while reducing glare.
  • FROSTED GLASSThis popular acid-etched glass produces a smooth and sweet white hue, reflectively emitting a soft light. It also adds privacy in shower areas.
  • CUSTOM COLOR GLASSUsing any combination of the basic color films/liquid, virtually any color either translucent transparent or apaque can be created.​