Why a generic glass block project when you can have a unique design? Many people know that the block comes in a corrugated design and can be used for windows, showers, or a wall, but they do not realize that you can fit your block with a unique image and pattern for private viewing at an affordable price.

To see more detail and learn the steps on how to take advantage of the option of laser engraving, read on.

Step 1:

Decide where you want to use etched glass blocks – What makes a unique engraved block is their ability to be used as a structural element for windows, building walls, or as a gift or a gift for a friend, a neighbor, or a team.

Step 2:

Do you want a custom image or standard pattern? For personalized gifts, awards, a logo, or a custom mural image is the obvious choice. In many cases, a stock image will capture the look and does not require a client image.

Step 3:

For a glass block window or wall, should I use a single block pattern or several? Because laser-etched mural blocks together as an assembly, it is best to have the joints between the blocks closer to a window or wall applications.

Step 4:

Consider using stained glass blocks or dichroic glass units. For added appeal, consider adding a dichroic mirror finish glass windows, walls, or bathroom color or design.

Step 5:

Determining the best method to install the windows, walls, bathrooms, or directional signs. There are several methods to install glass blocks. The most common installation method at this time is to use glass block precast panels.