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Designed and created in Canada, our custom partitions are made of only quality materials and will create a seamless fit for your needs. Customers and staff will find our glass solutions to be a friendly alternative to other barriers.

We’ve found that our glass partitions are a great benefit to:

Hotel Industry

Hospitality Industry

Hair Salons & Barbers

Health & Fitness

Nail & Beauty Salons


Food Stations


Point of Sale

Medical Clinics



Dental Clinics

Doctor Offices


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Welcoming Environments


Our glass systems help shield and protect clients and staff against transmission of infectious diseases and viruses. What really sets Safeguard apart from other companies, is our passion to create a space that feels open and welcome.

Our Glass Partitions


Safeguard glass partitions are a perfect fit for business that have face to face communication with customers. Our construction will provide a solid barrier with custom cutouts for transaction exchanges. It allows for piece of mind for your employees to know they are protected while maintaining a level of customer service for your business. Partitions are also perfect for separating clients in waiting rooms for everyone’s safety. Contact us today to see how we can create the perfect solution for your needs.


Benefits of Glass


Experts have been saying for years how the effects of natural light can help a work environment. Glass walls can help boost work productivity and employee morale.


Using glass partitions will improve lighting, making workspaces seem larger and create a professional environment for employees, visitors and customers.


Why Tempered Glass?

Our tempered glass is built to last. It will outlast plexiglass and other plastic offerings because it’s scratch resistant and won’t turn yellow over time.


It’s also easy to clean and will hold up to cleaning solutions to protect against contact-based viruses. Plastic barriers will break down with the use of chemicals and need to be replaced.


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