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Five Benefits Of Using Glass Walls In Your Office

Using glass partitions/walls within your workplace is a successful way to divide up your space, improve productivity and help transform your office into an area everyone will love.

During the current Coronavirus pandemic, glass walls are an easy and affordable way of breaking up a workplace. Ensuring staff members have separate areas to work in will help protect them from the virus and make social distancing easier to follow. We also offer smaller glass screens for installation between desks and in front of reception areas. Find out more.

There are several more benefits to installing glass partitions within your offices. Here are just five of the main ones.

One – Improved acoustics

Are you a noisy group? Need peace and quiet to concentrate? Or perhaps confidentiality is important within a meeting room? Acoustic glazing provides a great solution. Glass has the benefit of being visually transparent letting light filter through but cutting the noise levels out. It also helps employees to feel they have a space where they can break away from the main office but still feel included in the surroundings.

With acoustic glass, a thin, clear PVB membrane is bonded to the glass panes. This clever, acoustic membrane absorbs sound energy, preventing the sound vibrations from penetrating the glass, resulting in a significant noise reduction.

Two – Privacy

Let’s face it, we all need our office spaces to enjoy some private time for those all-important meetings or confidential chats. Dividing your space into zones can help organise where your employees can work. A simple glass partitioned area with a door can give you a space to close yourself off and not have to be concerned with the goings-on in the rest of the room.

Three – Versatility

The beauty of glass wall partitions is that they’re such a simple option for office refurbishment. They can be assembled and disassembled in no time at all and require no structural modifications. This is great if you’re thinking of further expansion in the future, as they can be easily taken down and moved with minimal disruption. It’s an ideal cost-effective solution as you don’t have to worry about hiring builders to come in and install stud walls.

Four – Maximising light

Glass maximises the amount of natural light coming into the room, creating a bright and airy space. Lighting dramatically affects the look and feel of small offices especially. With glass partitions natural sunlight can easily flow through the space allowing as much light to enter the room as possible. The presence of natural light can also help enhance the mood of your employee’s, improving productivity levels.

Five – Look and feel

Many glass partition systems look extremely stylish and can work within any office environment. Frameless glass partitions are both sleek and elegant, adding a touch of style to the workplace. Creating the feel of a bright, clean, modern office is what glass partitions do so well. Banded Glass partitions can provide an art deco, stylish finish for example. They compliment buildings original features like brickwork; exposed ducts and pipework; timber beams and wooden floors.

If you’d like to know more about glass partitions then please get in touch. Get in touch today. Call us on 0208 286 7072 or email us at info@glasspartitioninguk.co.uk.

Some of our clients

We work with a range of brands from tech start-ups, to government & education.

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