The prices for glass: an orientation guide in the field of glass plates

Glass plates are available in many different varieties and designs, the prices are based on quality and size. In addition, individual providers naturally have different price lists. We give you guideline values ​​for your purchase, so you can estimate the price of your glass approximately in advance.

Different types of glass and their prices

Glass plate is not equal to glass plate, there are many different varieties. From the simple tabletop to the high-tech product including holes and coating, everything is included. Here are the most important types of glass plates (always 4 mm thick, if no other information is available):

  • Single-pane safety glass (ESG), simple, 40 x 40 cm: about 35 EUR
  • Single-pane safety glass (ESG), with cut-outs: about 60 EUR
  • Mirror made to measure, rectangle, 30 x 40 cm, no extras: about 60 EUR
  • Mirror made to measure, circle, 30 cm, no extras: about 75 EUR
  • Laminated safety glass (VSG), 6 mm, 45 x 30 cm, clear glass: about 35 EUR
  • Colored lacquered glass, tempered tempered glass, 40 x 20 cm: about 250 EUR
  • Armored glass, at least 7 mm thick, 30 x 30 cm: about 30 to 80 EUR

Thereafter, the prices of glass

As can be seen in the list above, the prices of glass are based on many different criteria. Above all, glass plates have a different thickness but also different resistance to external influences.

The toughened safety glass is a relatively cheap variant, but can be more expensive if the Glaser produces a special order. For example, the client pays extra for holes, cutouts, rounded corners or machined edges.

The rectangular shape is also generally cheaper than oval or circular cut glass. Paint finishes and other finishes are particularly expensive when it comes to custom-made products.

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Ground edges for less risk of injury

Grinding the edges of a glass plate costs a bit more, but reduces the risk of injury. Cut-glass without edge grinding has sharp burrs that can be dangerous during transport or during installation.

Tips & Tricks

If you are not sure yet which product you need, the local glazier will probably offer you the best advice. But first get specific pricing information on the Internet to have a good negotiation base!

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