Tempered Glass Panels - Stock Sizes

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Product Overview

These tempered glass panels can be used in porch and patio enclosures to replace insect screens during the cooler and wetter months of the year. They can also replace most glass panels that are used in steel or iron security doors. With tempered glass panels, you can keep the weather outside your home, and enjoy the peace of mind that safety glass can offer you.


  • Better curb appeal than plexiglass
  • 4x stronger and safer than regular glass
  • Glass is 1/8" thick
  • Held in place by casement clips
  • Multiple frame colors - black, brown, almond, white, and tan
  • Bubble strip on the back of frames creates air-tight seal 
  • Frame is 3/8" thick by 3/4" face
  • Get an interchangeable screen panel for minimal additional charge
  • Shipped within 7-10 business days

When ordering interchangeable matching screen panels, request a 7/16" screen frame. Shop here for custom sizes at an additional price. Please email for a quote on panels over 15 square feet.

Increase Property Value & Living Space

A porch can increase a home’s property value as it is one of the top-five elements that homeowners desire in a new home. Also, according to a NAHB, 65% of new homes are built with a porch. Creating a porch enclosure and installing glass porch panels can allow 3-4 season use of your porch and increase your home’s value. 


Have questions about Metro Screenworks tempered glass panels? Contact us! We would love to help you find the products you need and help you install them. You can also visit our showroom in Highlands Ranch, Colorado.   

What is Tempered Glass Used For?

Removable windows for screened porch and glass panels for a storm door. There are many uses for tempered glass. However, most of our customers use our glass panels for enclosing their porch during the cooler months of the year and for installing within their security door. Tempered glass panels are safer and stronger than regular glass and provide better curb appeal than plexiglass. 

How to Enclose a Porch For Winter?

Install winter porch panels. There may be a few steps to winterizing your porch enclosure for the cooler months of the year. However, one of the first and most important steps is to replace screen panels with tempered glass panels. Glass panels will keep rain and snow out of your enclosure, and if they have a bubble strip on the frame like ours do, they can provide an air-tight seal against the cold. 

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