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Composite Doors Decorative Glass



Resin


The resin option is a highly flexible and cost effective way to decorate the glass in your composite door. The outline of the pattern is created using the latest resin dispensing equipment, while the colours used are skilfully hand applied.   At Ramsdale we have endless design options for resin decoration, which are only limited by imagination.

  • All materials are lead free and weather resistant
  • Fine lines and hand-painting allow for very intricate designs
  • Large range of Pilkington/Celsius texture backing glasses available
  • It is possible to create matching sidelights or toplights



Bevel/Overlay

With its stunning beauty and flawless elegance, bevelled glass is a popular decorative option, which provides an extravagant appearance which will enhance any door.  Our customers attract to the design for its artistic ability to create beautiful patterns as light diffuses through glass.
All the decorative elements are on the outer pane of tempered safety glass and you can choose from a wide range a of Pilkington/Celsius texture glass options for the inner pane to give varying levels of privacy.

  • Dual Glazed construction
  • Large range of Pilkington Texture backing glasses available
  • It is possible to create matching sidelights and toplights
  • Where available colours can be changed to match the door


Brass/Zinc art


For triple glazing we have the brass/zinc art range, all of which have been manufactured using hand-cut bevels and stunningly beautiful glass fragments.  The glass pieces are assembled using traditional stained glass methods into a zinc or brass cames.  Once complete the decorative glass is placed in between two panes of tempered safety glass which provide homeowners with additional thermal and sound insulation.

  • Where available colours can be changed to match the door
  • Stunning visual effect with multiple glass textures and bevels
  • All units are triple glazed for easy cleaning and extra security
  • It is however, not possible to create matching sidelights or toplights


Fusion Tiles


If contemporary and fashionable is the look you’re trying to achieve then look no further than fusion tiles.  Fused glass is made by heating compatible glasses until they become soft, allowing them to fuse together. Individual pieces of kiln-fused glass are bonded to an etched glass surface, where the design can be built.

  • Contemporary glass designs using fused glass elements
  • Dual Glazed construction so you can touch the fused elements
  • Colour changes available to match or compliment the door colour
  • It is however, not possible to create matching sidelights or toplights