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Enjoy natural light in your property without the problem of overheating in summer. Choose solar glass from Doncaster Glass & Glazing Ltd in South Yorkshire. Get in touch today to find out more.

modern atrium skylight roof


We all want a pleasant environment to enjoy, whether it’s at home or in the office, we want to be comfortable. Natural light is always preferable to electric lighting, but large windows come with downsides: excessive glare, fading of interior décor, overheating in summer… but solar glass can combat these issues effectively.

By controlling the amount of heat and light that passes through the window, solar glass can ensure you stay comfortable all year round.

Bright sunshine on office block
Bright sunlight in living room


When the sun is out, heat and light, including UV light, pass through glass, heating your property. If this isn’t controlled, then in summer the stronger sunshine can lead to a greenhouse effect.

Solar glass has a special coating applied that filters the light, reducing glare, and reflects heat, reducing the need for blinds or air conditioning inside. This makes solar glass a great way to help you control the climate inside buildings, particularly those with large windows.

Bright hall in a modern office building
Modern office windows


The main benefit of solar glass is that it can keep your property a comfortable temperature, even with large windows in the middle of summer. This isn’t the only benefit however, because it keeps your room from overheating when the sun is shining, it means you’re less likely to find yourself reaching for the air conditioning, which will help to keep your energy bills lower.

As well as this, solar glass can be tinted or have a reflective coating applied, offering a range of aesthetic options.

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Doncaster Glass & Glazing Ltd in South Yorkshire can supply solar glass to clients across South Yorkshire. An ideal choice for both homes and business properties.

01302 888686

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