Since its incorporation in 2004, Interglass has been dedicated to the wholesale distribution and fabrication of glass and mirror products. With a footprint altogether of 120,000 sqft of warehouse space in Miami, our specialized fleet of 23 trucks including knuckle boom trucks, heavy duty rack trucks, and tractor-trailers we are able to deliver throughout Florida and neighbor states with our own trucks. Complemented with our outstanding team of employees we guarantee to exceed our customer’s needs.
Focused on the Caribbean, Interglass is able to satisfy all the glass or mirror needs by delivering small shipments (LCL) to freight forwarders in any of the South Florida ports or deliver direct (Door to Port) full container loads to almost all the islands, as well as Central or South America. We are able to load full 20’ containers (close or open top) with combined glass types as well as tempered or laminated glass. We assemble our own custom wood crates with A-Frames in-house; strong enough to protect the glass inside and forklift-friendly so that freight forwarders can consolidate into containers.
Our products include:
• Stock sheets of glass & mirrors
• Standard size showers doors
• Shower enclosure hardware
• Glazing tools
• Hurricane impact resistant glass
• Laminated glass
• Architectural hardware
Low-iron glass is made from sand with very low amounts of iron. This low level of iron reduces the greenish-blue tint that can be seen especially on larger and thicker sizes of glass. Made with extraordinary translucency, will not dumb or disfigure the actual tints in the color orbit. The expanded transparency is accomplished by abolishing most of the iron oxide from the materials used to produce the glass.
When envisioning the perfect design for an interior space or an architectural enterprise, one can easily forget the slight color distortion in ordinary float glass. Crystaline is characterized by a higher transparency and a neutral color; making it the ideal glass where high visibility and clarity are required.Learn more about Crystaline