For aesthetics, economics and energy efficiency, there are many advantages in using SunGuard Solar Protection Glass. Our advanced sputter-coating technology makes it one of the most versatile glass products you’ll find.
You can build with light in a wide variety of colors and performance levels. You can also combine coatings with laminated glass to provide protection against storms or security threats. And significantly cut energy use (which can also help you earn LEED points for your project).
Independent studies have also shown that, over a 10-year period, SunGuard coated glass products can save thousands of euros in upfront and ongoing energy-related costs for a typical commercial building. And Guardian is continuing to develop new ways to make our SunGuard Solar Protection Glass even more durable, energy efficient and attractive for the commercial market.
SunGuard is high-performance coated glass from Guardian Industries Corp., a privately held company that is one of the world’s largest manufacturers of float and fabricated glass for the commercial, residential and automotive markets. As a diversified global manufacturing company, Guardian is also one of the world’s top automotive suppliers, providing one-stop shopping for automotive exterior systems. Guardian Building Products is one of the largest building materials distribution networks in North America and a leading manufacturer of fiberglass insulation and other building products.
With headquarters in Auburn Hills, Michigan, the Guardian group employs more than 18,000 people in more than 25 countries on five continents. Guardian fosters an entrepreneurial spirit and encourages employees to develop and pursue their ideas and take a leadership role, whatever part of the organization they are in.
It’s this culture of innovation that keeps Guardian committed to building strong businesses. Both yours and ours.
For in-depth information, visit Guardian.com.
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