In the sky, there are millions of stars, all of them vanish and appear again. But there is one star, which never vanishes for long and that is called the “Bright Star”.

Our company is like that and hopefully, we will never disappear. Give me the name of the company Heimat Glas as an eternal star.

Laminated Glass

Laminated glass is used in many places such as all kinds of shops, shopping centers, viewing platforms, bathrooms, terraces, and balconies…

Clear & Tinted Float Glass

Float glass is ordinary glass that is now widely used in our daily lives. This kind of glass provides uniform thickness and is very flat…

Tempered Glass

Tempered glass is mostly used for store windows and where toughened heat resistant glass is needed, for example for an oven…

History of glass

The history of glass-making dates back to at least 3600 years ago in Mesopotamia. However, some claim there may have been producing copies of glass objects from Egypt. Other archaeological evidence suggests that the first true glass was made in coastal north Syria, Mesopotamia, or Egypt. The earliest known glass objects, from the mid-second millennium BC, were beads, perhaps initially created as the accidental by-product of metal-working (slags) or during the production of faience, a pre-glass vitreous material made by a process similar to glazing. Glass products remained a luxury until the disasters that overtook the late Bronze Age civilizations seemingly brought glass-making to a halt.

Development of glass technology in India may have begun in 1730 BC. In ancient China, though, glassmaking seems to have had a late start compared to ceramics and metalwork. From across the former Roman Empire archaeologists have recovered glass objects that were used in domestic, industrial, and funerary contexts. Anglo-Saxon glass has been found across England during archaeological excavations of both settlement and cemetery sites. Glass in the Anglo-Saxon period was used in the manufacture of a range of objects including vessels, beads, and windows, and was even used in jewelry.


Printed glass is mostly used in interior design, public and commercial buildings, public spaces, clinics and hospitals, religious places, art and culture centers, sports facilities, hospitality spaces, residential buildings, airports & other transport hubs, hotels, and many other places.


Mirrors are mostly used in some parts of the building such as the bathroom and bedroom, swimming pool, for decorating, sports salon, and other places.

The materials behind the mirror are made of mercury, silver, or aluminum.


Reflective float glass is produced in a variety of beautiful colors for specific applications such as energy consumption control.

Having a reflective surface allows the glass to be able to reflect the solar radiation significantly and affect the control of light and energy stream through the buildings.


Due to the nature of this type of glass, the order has to be checked first and can only be delivered after production.

Bulletproof, anti-theft, and fireproofed glass is mostly used for window-shops such as jewelry and exchange shops, offices, banks, car glass, and other places where needed.