Float glass is used for glazing primarily in residences and small offices in windows, doors and skylights. For interiors, float glass is commonly used for tabletops, furniture, shelves, picture frames, and handrail. However, care should be taken to select the thickness that provides adequate strength, or else applications could be dangerous. Greenhouses and solariums also use float glass.

Using tinted glass is the simplest form of introducing an element of solar control to a building. In terms of its ability to reduce the heat intake, tinted glass is better than clear float glass, but is exceeded in terms of performance by reflective and laminated glass. In interiors, tinted glass can be used for partitions, furniture, table tops and doors. Because of its solar properties and aesthetic appeal, it is a common choice for the atria in commercial buildings.

Low-e glass can selectively Reflect invisible infrared bring in heat, while at the same time letting in visible light, transmission and Heat reduction by cutting down on infrared transmission is its main advantages.

DORMA fittings find application around any door, glass and interiors.