There are several types of safety glass that can be used for storefronts, depending on your specific needs and budget. Here are some of the most common types:

1. Tempered Glass: Tempered glass is heat-treated to increase its strength and durability. If it breaks, it shatters into small, safe pieces instead of sharp shards, reducing the risk of injury.

2. Laminated Glass: Laminated glass consists of two or more layers of glass with an interlayer of polyvinyl butyral (PVB) or ethylene-vinyl acetate (EVA). If the glass breaks, the interlayer holds the glass together, preventing it from shattering and reducing the risk of injury.

3. Wired Glass: Wired glass has a wire mesh embedded inside it, which holds the glass together if it breaks. It is often used in fire-rated applications because it can withstand high temperatures without breaking.

4. Bulletproof Glass: Bulletproof glass is designed to withstand bullet impacts and is made from layers of glass and polycarbonate. It is commonly used in high-security applications.

5. Tinted Glass: Tinted glass can help to reduce glare and heat gain from the sun, while also providing privacy. It is often used in storefronts to create a more comfortable and visually appealing environment.

When selecting safety glass for your storefront, it’s important to consider your specific needs and budget, as well as any local building codes and regulations that may apply. A professional glass installer can help you choose the right type of safety glass for your storefront and ensure that it is installed correctly to maximize safety and security.

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