After being told to use acrylic instead of glass by a very respectable window company and after watching the latest Kevin Ellis instalment of koi nerding blog, I think my mind is made up on what is to be used for my viewing window when the time is right....Acrylic is lighter and far and away stronger than glass although more expensive I don't think it will make much difference cost wise to my build as the window cut out is not very big.
Anyone else heard of an acrylic pond viewing window?
"RE: Acrylic viewing glass" 6:49am Tuesday 6th Feb
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Any possibility of scratching rules it out for me.
You need to clean these every week in my experience.
Get the right glass and you will have no problems. Yes it is heavy to start with but that is the only drawback. Once it is in it stays in
I used to be a plastic fabricator you can torch some scratches out but personally I'd stick with glass as over time yes like mentioned it will fade and scratch when cleaning best price to get window if infinity is Leeds glass.
If it's a framed one s&c koi will be your cheapest option.