Opportunities to add new products and services are all around—you just have to know where to look. And for small fabricators one area that offers a lot of potential is in magnetic glass markerboards. By offering these products, your company can help businesses in your area add a unique aesthetic to their office interiors, while also generating income for you.
In January 2016 Glass.com®, relocated to a new, larger office space in Stafford, Va. One unique feature of the new facility is a large, open conference area located directly off the kitchen space. This space is used for a number of company events, such as meetings and planning sessions as well as social activities. There is also a large, closed conference room area used for activities such as trainings and staff meetings. Custom magnetic glass markerboards were recently installed in both these areas to bring a colorful, functional aesthetic to the space.
These markerboards were fabricated from 3/16-inch clear tempered glass. The one in the open area was painted blue (to match the color of the glass dishes in the office) and the one in the closed conference room is maroon (to match the conference table). Painted glass was glued to a thin piece of steel and then wrapped it in a clear aluminum “J” bar as a frame.
Daniel Snow, operations manager of the Glass.com® website, handled the markerboard installation. Here are some step-by-step installation tips from Snow. Use a professional, but here’s what Snow did.
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