Residential Glass Window Wall
Window Wall System Vancouver
Star Tech Window Walls replaces exterior barriers with expanses of glass that let in light and frame beautiful views. Completely customizable, a limitless array of openings – from single-panel to door-size to openings that span an entire wall – allow you to create views from various sizes and shapes of glass. And because our glass window system is designed to integrate with various ventilating window styles as well as our hinged and sliding doors, it’s flexible as well as functional.
Start by selecting your Glass Window Wall in classic aluminum or energy-efficient thermally broken aluminum. Dual-panes low-E glass reflects heat while allowing light to pass through. Sill and stop options and countless sizes, configurations, and finishes let you customize as you see fit. And because the glass walls are low maintenance.
With the allure of urban life only growing, designers and developers must find a way to accommodate an increasing population within the limits of existing cities. Space restrictions mean building up, not out, while still providing inviting and well-built condos, offices and commercial spaces.
Window wall systems are a popular choice as they add design interest to architecture, as well as allow for maximum light within a building’s space. Here’s a breakdown of the difference between the two wall systems, plus the positives and drawbacks of both.
Window Wall Advantages
Aside from advantages such as customizability, ease of installation and cost savings, window walls also require less engineering and safety considerations as the exterior wall is broken up by each floors concrete slab, providing built-in fire stopping. Also, because the separation of each window wall unit creates a sealed space there is less noise transfer and energy loss. Further, if a unit becomes damaged and needs repair that specific unit can be removed and replaced without affecting the adjoining units.