The idea of fitting obscurein places like bathroom windows might seem simple, but in fact there’s a huge amount of choice!
In this article we’ll take a look at one of the more heavy-duty options:.
Rated at an impressive level 5 in terms of stippolyte ) it provides near-total protection from prying eyes, making it an excellent choice for certain rooms in both the homes and in commercial properties. (one above the popular
Manufactured and trademarked by renowned , choosing this type of obscure -makers Pilkington for your home also provides a high level of security, a guarantee of and excellent .
Benefits of Cotswold
Of course, the main benefit of this compared to is the high level of it provides.
However, Cotswold can also be a choice, creating a unique effect both inside and outside of the house.
The decent thickness of this also means it is more resistant to from knocks.
The high-level of it affords can also be its downfall; compared to lighter types of obscured , Cotswold really does block a lot out.
If you’re looking for a more delicate way to stop people looking in, there may well be better choices such as Flemish or Minster .
Whilst this type of is usually seen in classic clear, it is also possible to have customised installed in this .
Whilst it usually comes in a standard 4m thickness, there’s a choice between annealed and toughened versions.
For moreor a more detailed , contact your local supplier, or speak directly to Pilkington .
If you’re looking for other options, check out our round up of the different types of glass.
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