Spotlights are true to the character of your home's aesthetics. Circuit, Clear, Clear Low-E, Cubed, Frosted, and Rainglass; perforated metal Chain Link inserts, and an architecturally authentic modern frame profile create the minimalist aesthetic and functional attributes you're wanting in your home.
The textured grain in Spotlights' frames is reminiscent of classic mid-century maple and birch furniture. The uniform and subtle grain provides a perfect surface for paint or stain.
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Spotlights' FiberMate® molded and textured frame
Spotlights is constructed with performance features that style-savvy homeowners look for. Spotlights' FiberMate® molded and textured frame works equally well for painting or staining. FiberMate's material formulation out performs lesser quality frames: the frame's construction resists both warping and deformation from heat buildup and can be used with dark finishes.
Spotlights' compression foam tape seal construction eliminates the oozing and sticky mess of wet caulk products. The frame seal's design is also engineered to extend the life of your door frame. If damaged doorglass needs to be replaced, you can do so without having to replace the frame as well. The modern Spotlights frame with compression foam tape seal is removed from the door, damaged glass repaired or replaced, and the frame reinstalled. Insulated glass and a well-constructed frame unit make Spotlights energy efficient.
Seated screw hole plugs allow for easy alignment and match the frame's grain direction, resulting in a uniform, finished aesthetic.
Compression foam tape seal
Seated screw hole plug
Chain Link (CHL)
The spirit of Modernism, which embraced man-made materials like Chain Link's metal, lives in this Spotlights glass.
Mid-century Modern, Art Deco, and Contemporary all left their imprint on Spotlights' Circuit glass. Its eclectic styling with silkscreen glass and clear design elements suits a range of architectural home styles.
Clear glass stands the test of time when it comes to architectural styles and puts a focus on inside and outside views.
Clear Low-E (CL-LE)
Low-E glass puts the spotlight on performance. It keeps the cold air out in the winter and warm air out in the summer and reduces UV rays and the fading of wall coverings and fabrics they cause.
Cubed glass brings to life the symmetry and geometric patterns found in the architecture of the 1920s and 1930s. Grid patterns, glass blocks, and structure are celebrated in this glass style.
Frosted glass blends privacy with natural light, something that will find itself at home in any architectural style.
All that's missing is the patter of raindrops. Rainglass features a vertical pattern and textured surface that create the illustion of rain trickling down a window.