DFI selected as exclusive glass coating supplier for Heights Glass

Officials at US Diamon-Fusion International (DFI), have announced that Heights Glass & Mirror Co., Illinois, manufacturer of commercial, residential and architectural glass products, has chosen DFI as…

Officials at US Diamon-Fusion International (DFI), have announced that Heights Glass & Mirror Co., Illinois, manufacturer of commercial, residential and architectural glass products, has chosen DFI as its exclusive glass protection supplier. Heights Glass has chosen to offer its customers DFI“s flagship coating Diamon-Fusion protective glass coating product as an upgrade feature for all its shower door product lines. It will also market and sell restoration services of existing residential and commercial glass using proprietary DFI cleaners, as well as DFI“s aftermarket consumer kit product line. Diamon-Fusion nano-coating provides a brilliant, hygienic and easy-to-clean shower enclosure resulting in less time spent cleaning the enclosure, as well as protection against mildew, hard water stains, soap scum, and other contaminants that can permanently damage the glass. Heights Glass & Mirror Co. is known for outstanding customer service, high quality products and industry leadership and we are so pleased to have this company offer Diamon-Fusion treatment for shower enclosures, as well as DFI“s restoration and consumer kit products, said Adam Zax, CEO, Diamon-Fusion, in a press release release. The team at Heights really understands what we“re trying to accomplish with our consumer kit products and the great value each presents to the consumer. After using other protective coatings in the past, we have discovered nothing compares to the level of performance Diamon-Fusion provides, said Arnie Harris, president, Heights Glass & Mirror Co., in the release. Not only are we enthusiastic about upgrading our coating line for our shower enclosures, but we also see great potential to increase value for our at-home service customers by offering restoration services for existing interior and exterior glass features, and of course the consumer kits.