Glass (or “glazing”) provides multiple levels of protection to framed pieces. When installed correctly the type of glass you choose can protect your treasures from fading and environmental pollutants. We offer you several options in both acrylic and glass.
Museum Glass versus common window glass
Ultraviolet light damages artwork and photos over time. Because of this, even the most basic glass we carry has 45% UV protection.
99% UV protection: We’re 100% positive you will appreciate it. With 99% UV protection, conservation glazing is engineered to keep damaging rays off precious artworks, keepsakes and collectibles, so they can remain on the wall or on display to be admired and cherished for years to come.
Choosing Your Glazing
Our Frame shop carries Tru Vue glazing, which has proven to be the top quality glazing for framing for over 45 years. There are a variety of factors to consider when choosing your glazing. Our staff can help you decide which option is the most appropriate for your item.
Conservation Reflection Control®
Nothing ruins the viewing experience of a piece of framed art like annoying reflections and glare. Anti-reflective glass eliminates distracting reflections while enhancing clarity for a viewing experience that’s unlike any other. With anti-reflective Museum Glass®, no detail is lost. Colors appear true. And you can enjoy the peace of mind that comes from knowing that what’s behind the glass is protected.