Most modern buildings are now designed with a high proportion of glass construction.
Glazing units often require maintenance just like any other part of a building.
This includes blown sills, broken handles, cracks and therefore specialist repairs or replacements may be required.
You might also be thinking of re-configuring your office space to include glass partitions, moving doors or installing glass offices.
For all of these jobs, you need a commercial glazing professional.
It’s very important to choose someone properly skilled and trained.
Our glazing team have years of high quality experience in professional glass installation in commercial settings.
Count on our excellent reputation to advise on the best materials for your needs so you can rely on us to cover all of your window and pane needs.
Our years of experience gives you confidence in our commercial glazing. We cover all industries whether your business is office based or a large, public building, a school, healthcare provider and any other commercial business.
Do not hesitate to call our friendly and helpful customer services team to find out what we can do for you and provide you with an extremely competitive price.
We supply and install windows, doors, glass units, glass partitions, glazing units, conservatories and more.
So whether you want to install brand new windows or you simply need replacement panes, you’re in safe hands.
Our glaziers guarantee quality installation, giving you complete confidence in our outstanding service.
No matter what size of project, we have the experience to take on your job.
We can replace any type of glazing, even at high-level on tall buildings.
We can undertake the replacement of large-scale glazing units, often using a variety of access equipment including cranes and winches.
We also have Level 3 IRATA trained abseilers that can abseil down your building for meticulous installation.
Where necessary we can supply a team of five or six glaziers, all highly experienced and comfortable working on tall buildings consisting of a number of floors.
When you call our commercial glazing team, one of our representative can come to inspect your premises.
They will advise on the right type of windows, or door panels depending on what you want to achieve.
We can also advise on different window types such as double glazing and triple glazing.
During our consultation, we’ll discuss how to reduce your energy bills with energy-efficient windows and help you decide on what’s best for your business.
We have access to a large variety of different products.
This includes commercial aluminium shop fronts, doors and curtain walling, uPVC windows & doors, bi-folds, secondary double glazing, conservatories and balcony enclosures.
It’s our job to make sure you’re fully satisfied with our work and we only provide the best quality.
Our installations are carried out by fully qualified fitters.
All of the team are reliable, courteous and friendly, working hard to minimise any disruption to your business and completing every glazing job to perfection.
We are also very price-conscious and pride ourselves on offering competitive pricing because we endeavour to keep our own overheads to the minimum.
To find out more about our commercial glazing services, call us today or drop us a line.
Browse through our list below to get answers to frequently asked questions on this service:
Double glazing comprises of two panes of glass in a window frame. In the middle of the two panes is a layer of argon gas which helps to keep heat inside, therefore gives you better energy efficiency.
The second pane of glass helps to minimise noise from the outside so your business premises isn’t disturbed by traffic, conversations and everyday exterior noise.
Finally, two panes of glass give you more security because of the additional strength.
Triple glazing consists of three panes of glass and gives you excellent energy efficiency. In addition, these panes include thermal inserts which help to minimise heat loss so warmth is kept inside. This helps to dramatically reduce heating bills during the colder months of the year.
Window energy ratings work similarly to electrical energy ratings and range from A++ to G. A++ is the highest rating and G the lowest. Building regulations state that all windows must be at least C-rated. Every window should have a label explaining what the rating is.
The actual rating is calculated based on various different elements:
• U value (thermal transmittance, how much heat escapes through the glass)
• G value (solar factor, how much energy comes from the sun)
• L value (air leakage, how much air is leaked through the window)
Every window has a unique label displaying how it conforms.
Condensation comes from many different factors including people, plants, animals and heating.
Good ventilation helps to reduce condensation, so if your windows have trickle vents across the top, keep them open.
Double and triple glazing helps to reduce condensation because both types of windows are designed to retain internal heat and prevent transference of cold getting air inside.
Our team is readily available to cater for all your needs.