Friday, April 24, 2015


Impala Glass Industries, Nairobi, Kenya, shone at the 21st edition of the Kenya Homes Expo at the Kenyatta International Conference Centre from April 16th-19th 2015 where they displayed their impressive range of glass products.
Thisbiggest homes show in Eastern and Central Africa saw over 40,000 visitors throng to the four day bi-annual event where national and international real estate developers, financiers as well as home networking and communication providers displayed sector trends.

Impala Glass Industries participated with 200 other exhibitors under the brand name Impala Estilo where itsrepresentatives rubbed shoulders with the crème de la crème of East and CentralAfrica’s real estate, interiors and property development players and government officials. The Impala Glass exhibit was visited by the Honorable Fred Matiangi, Cabinet Secretary for Information, Communication and Technology, and his team where the glass products were scrutinized with great interest.
The Impala exhibit enthralled visitors with stylish interior glass pieces including a stunning Fabric Laminated Glass floor which looked as sturdy as granite. Other items included a range of artistic inspired etched designed glasses and a sample shower cubicle in simple sandblasted design that could be done to match the tiles and balance the bathroom with a top view of a well-lit Impala etched glass designed roof lite.

However, the 10mm Impala Tuff Glass centerpiece was the point of attraction which left people gasping when even stomping over the glass left it unscathed. Now that’s safety and durability!Impala walked away from the four day event by learning, networking, creating a definite impact on the target market and several contacts and projects in the bag.

All in all, at the Kenya Homes Expo 2015 visitors were treated to cutting edge technologies, emerging ideas in the building and construction space and benefited from the experiences of this decade-old event. They enjoyed great bargains from various vendors, including purchase of real estate property and free access to industry experts at nominal cost.

The event was a tasteful and dynamic coming together of elaborately displayed architectural finesse, decor artistry, state-of-the-art gadgetry, home finance solutions, Eco living and home security systems and lived upto its expectations of being an extremely anticipated event.

Tuesday, April 7, 2015

Choosing the Right Glass Hardware

The popularity and beauty of glass doors, windows, walls and cubicles is undisputed. Yet, care must be taken that glass applications demand a special type of hardware.

Impala Glass Industries, Nairobi, Kenya, apart from its internationally reputed glass products, takes special pride in its range of state-of-the-art, unobtrusive and functional glass and patch fittings for its series of glass doors, walls, partitions, cubicles and windows.

The Impala glass hardware is incorporated in a manner which does not take away the focus from the beauty of the glass assembly yet provides security, ease of operationand durability.

Appreciated by architects and designers because they suit every building design and due to its versatility in aluminum, wood and metal doors and frames, Impala Glass Industries’ collection of door controls, hardware for manual sliding doors, revolving doors, operable partitions, swinging door operators and automatic and sliding doors with self-learning microprocessor controls offer flexibility, security, safety and aesthetics.

Impala Glass Industries, Nairobi, also offers top, bottom, over panel, corner and center patch fittings for tempered glass assemblies. Fashioned from quality materials, these productswith its appealing finish, stainless steel cover, aluminum alloy base bodies and masterful workmanship ensure years of reliability.

Impala’s pulls and handles are the cherry on top of a beautifully sculpted glass door and its locks and key systems will give every building unmatched security. Here’s beauty and brains like never before.

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