Semi Unitized Glazing

At AGFS, we specialize in semi-unitized glazing, a unique form of construction that involves the primary structural framing components being erected individually. This allows us to construct aesthetically pleasing and structurally sound buildings.

Semi-unitized glazing consists of a pre-glazed window or curtain wall system with mullions, transoms, and other framing components, which are factory-assembled before being delivered to the job site for installation. This construction method is popular among architects and developers due to its flexibility; it allows them to create unique designs with the highest quality materials.

The benefits of using semi-unitized glazing systems go beyond aesthetics; they also provide a strong and secure structure that can withstand adverse weather conditions such as hurricanes or earthquakes. Additionally, they offer improved energy efficiency by helping reduce air leakage through gaps around windows and doors.