Laminated Glass Installation in Buckeye, AZ

Laminated glass (also called “safety glass”) is made by sandwiching a layer of laminated glass between two other layers of regular glass. Call now for a free quote!

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The laminated layer is usually polyvinyl butyyl (PVB) layer. The PVB sheet in the middle of the glass helps to adhere to the glass pieces when the glass is broken. Laminated glass is designed to prevent fragmentation and thus provides safety.

Buckeye Glass Repair manufactures and distributes high quality laminated glass. They can be found everywhere in our living spaces and in our daily lives. They provide comfort, performance and safety while addressing sustainable construction, resource efficiency and the hazards of climate change.

Types of Windows we install

Although we install almost all types of windows as well as custom windows but here are some common types of windows we install.

Coloured Laminate

The colored laminate is produced using the same process as the transparent laminate, but using a colored intermediate layer. The tint comes from the use of a colorful intermediate layer. Colors can be enhanced using colored intermediate layers and tinted glass. However, at Buckeye Glass Repair, we can provide special laminate solutions that combine hard glass stock with colorful intermediate layers, combining transparent glass, tinted glass and/or colored laminates as needed.

Translucent Laminate

Translucent laminate is produced using the same process as a transparent laminate, but using a translucent intermediate layer. Translucent laminate glass offers solutions to increase privacy, but still allows light to pass through.
Laminated glass provides durability, high performance and multifunctional benefits and also maintains the aesthetic appearance of glass. It provides solutions to many architectural design problems and, if designed appropriately, provides greater protection from the effects of disasters such as hurricanes, earthquakes and bomb explosions.


Ordinary glass windows are fragile and can be broken into long and sharp pieces, causing serious and sometimes fatal injuries. An important feature of laminated glass is its performance under pressure. The intermediate layers in laminated glass are resistant to absorbing and penetrating impact energy. Safety hazards caused by breakage are minimized by the use of laminated glass. Although glass can be broken, glass fragments adhere to the plastic intermediate layer, minimizing the risk of injury and property damage.


Thieves often break windows to reach door and window handles, but laminated windows can resist intrusion, because even if the glass breaks, it is almost impossible to cut thick Layers of PVB. consult an expert to design the appropriate laminated glass for unauthorized entry resistance.


Laminated glass is exceptionally durable while maintaining its color and strength. It can be used in various architectural and interior design applications such as floor windows, stairs, balconies, railings, interior panels and exterior cladding, and more traditional doors and windows.


Deterioration is caused by "roller waves" in tempered and heat-reinforced glass. This can be prevented by using laminated glass. Sharp reflected images are possible with curtain walls made of laminated glass.


Laminated lenses can be manufactured flat or curved. It may contain picked, hardened, heat-reinforced, wired, patterned, colored or reflective lenses. Adding color layers can be used in intermediate layers for more aesthetic and privacy needs. Laminated glass is easy to install. If the glass is not heat-treated, it can be cut, drilled or notched.

Weather And Disaster Control

Laminated glass protects against injury and property damage caused by glass breakage due to natural disasters such as hurricanes and earthquakes. In areas prone to natural disasters, an expert can be contacted to design a combination of glass. Similarly, it provides protection from human-induced disasters, such as bomb explosions. It does this by holding the glass intact inside the glass frame.

Sound Control

Laminated glass has been proven to be an excellent barrier against noise. It has a higher sound reduction index than monolithic glass with an equal thickness between 125Hz and 4,000Hz frequencies. PVBs cutting damping performance makes laminated glass an effective sound control product. This sound damping is due to the low elasticity of the PVB intermediate layer.

UV Control

Natural light plays an important role in architectural design, and Ultra Violet (UV) rays in sunlight can cause curtains/furniture to itch and fade. Laminated glass blocks more than 99% of UV rays, while allowing for most visible light.

At Buckeye Glass Repair, we are constantly investing in state-of-the-art glass production. And with increased efficiency and quality workmanship, we bring it to you the highest quality Laminated Glasses. If you are looking for the best laminated glasses then we are the right choice for you!