Iron doors are often designed with glass panels to allow natural light to enter the building and provide a view of the surrounding environment. The glass used in iron doors is typically tempered or laminated for safety and durability.

Tempered glass is heated and then cooled rapidly, which makes it much stronger than regular glass. This type of glass is also known as safety glass because when it breaks, it shatters into small pieces instead of large, sharp shards that can cause injury.


Laminated glass, on the other hand, is made by sandwiching a layer of plastic between two layers of glass. This creates a strong and durable glass that is resistant to impact and can provide an extra layer of insulation against sound and temperature.

Iron door glasses can be customized to fit the design and aesthetic of the property. Clear glass is a popular choice for those who want an unobstructed view, while frosted or textured glass can provide privacy and add a decorative touch to the door. Tinted glass can also be used to reduce the amount of sunlight entering the building and provide additional privacy.

Decorative elements can be added to the glass panels as well, such as beveled or stained glass, to create a unique and personalized look. These elements can be designed to complement the overall style of the iron door and add an extra layer of visual interest to the property.