Buy A Glass Table Top Cover To Protect Your Furniture


The amount of time and effort you put into finding perfect furnishings for the home will go to waste, if you don't make an effort to protect your valuable investments. Many homeowners buy glass furniture covers to keep their furniture looking great for years to come. Glass furniture covers are available in dozens of standard options. Can be customized to your application.

Difference Between a Glass Table Top And a Glass Table Cover?


The difference between a glass table top and a glass table cover: A glass table top means that your table's top is actually constructed out of glass. A glass table top cover on the other hand, is made of glass and rests on top of the actual table. It preserves the look and value of your wooden or metal table.

Thickness For Indoor Glass


Indoor glass is used for dining room table tops, kitchen tables, and coffee tables. You can protect a wide range of tables glass tops. Table covers aren’t just for your home! You can protect your office desktop or conference table.. Recommend that you choose 1/4" thickness for ordinary glass tabletops and their protective covers, while 3/8" is better for heavy tabletops that are unsupported. For maximum strength and safety for indoor glass, choose 1/2" thickness.

Thickness For Outdoor Glass


For outdoor glass table top of course more thickness is required, as outdoor furniture serves for multiple purposes. So, exact thickness of glass depends on the use of your patio table. When it comes to picking a thickness 1/2″, 1/4″, 1/8″, or 3/32″ could be an option. But still it remains matter of choice and usage of table. Clearly thicker glass is a more considerable for outdoor. To adding exact amount of strength in glass table top, temper glass one right option. Tempered glass provides more strength and when it breaks, it breaks up into small pieces..

Standard Glass Thicknesses


  1. 1/8 Thickness Thin, Light weight Table Covers and Table Tops for Indoor Usage.
  2. 5/32 Thickness Good for Table and Furniture Cover in Kitchen and Living Room Table Tops.
  3. 3/16 Thickness Great for patio tables, side tables, inserts, and glass protective table covers.
  4. 1/4 Thickness Used for glass tabletops and glass protective table covers.
  5. 3/8 Thickness Used for heavy, unsupported tabletops where glass is the only table top.
  6. 1/2 Thickness Ideal for heavy, unsupported tabletops glass is the only table top.
  7. 3/4 Thickness Ideal for Strong, unsupported tabletops glass is the only table top.