Walking on glass thermal bridging refers to the concept of minimizing heat loss or gain through the use of innovative glass materials and designs in construction. In traditional building practices, windows and glass facades are often weak points for thermal bridging, where heat easily transfers between the interior and exterior of a building, leading to energy inefficiency and discomfort for occupants.

To address this issue, architects and engineers have developed advanced glass technologies and designs that reduce thermal bridging. These solutions typically involve the use of low-emissivity (low-E) coatings, insulating spacers, multiple glazing layers, and gas fills (such as argon or krypton) between glass panes. These measures help create a thermal barrier that significantly improves the energy performance of buildings.

Walking on glass thermal bridging signifies the importance of considering these innovative glass solutions during the design and construction of energy-efficient buildings. By doing so, we can reduce energy consumption, lower heating and cooling costs, and create more comfortable indoor environments while still enjoying the aesthetic benefits of glass in modern architecture.
Our Spec of walk on glass thermal break and foto of our sample of walk on glass with thermal break frame


Aluminium frame we offer two colors - Anthracite Gray (Ral 7016) and Black (Ral 9005)
walk on glass thermal break  frame
Toughened 33mm glass with an argon gas cavity and black warm edge spacer bar, glazed with another layer of LowE glass (soft - coat) 
walk on glass side view
In our offer we have a choice of finishes 
- clear glass
- satin glass (frosted)
- range of antislip glass range
Anti Slip Glass Range
Our experts work with architects, design & build professionals and developers on amazing projects across the UK, so get in touch with our team if you’d like to learn more.