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Bendheim launches new website


August 16, 2012
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new-arch-glass-2012August 16, 2012 – Bendheim has launched a new architectural glass website, designed to serve as a specialty glass resource to architects, interior designers, specifiers, and contractors. The website represents Bendheim’s architectural glass product catalog, features well-illustrated technical glass information, and incorporates advanced project tools.

August 16, 2012 – Bendheim has launched a new architectural glass
website, designed to serve as a specialty glass resource to architects,
interior designers, specifiers, and contractors. The website represents
Bendheim’s architectural glass product catalog, features
well-illustrated technical glass information, and incorporates advanced
project tools.

For the first time, a range of more than 200 decorative architectural
glasses, carefully selected from Bendheim’s 2,000 in-stock varieties, is
available online, complete with photos of products and installations. A
project gallery illustrates the design possibilities of decorative
glass.

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The Track Your Order feature allows contractors and glaziers to check
the status of their Bendheim orders online.


 

“We are always looking for ways to give architects and designers the
control they seek in their material selection and sample ordering
process,” said Steven Jayson, vice-president of Bendheim. “The new
website addresses these concerns with all the tools necessary to
successfully manage a decorative glass project.”
 
Member architects and designers can create and order customized
project-driven sample sets, access standard CSI drop-in specifications
and tailor them to the specific project requirements, access relevant
LEED and glass maintenance information, and generate customized project
print-outs for clients.
 
The Track Your Order feature allows contractors and glaziers to check
the status of their Bendheim orders online. Contractors, architects, and
designers can also research Bendheim’s extensive manufacturing
capabilities, from tempering and lamination to water-jet cutting and
colour coating.

Bendheim has been a resource for specialty glass since 1927. It offers more than
2,000 decorative architectural glass types in stock and unlimited custom
design solutions. The third-generation, family-owned company imports,
develops, processes, and distributes its products worldwide. The glass
is processed in-house, using state-of-the-art equipment and sound
environmental practices. Bendheim’s products span five divisions
including: Architectural Glass, Channel Glass, Restoration Glass, Art
Glass, and Cabinet Glass. Bendheim maintains production facilities in
New Jersey and an extensive showroom in Tribeca, New York City.

Related links
www.bendheim.com


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