- Supply only or fully installed
- Free no obligation quote
- Manufactured In the UK
- Quick and efficient service
Supply only or fully installed
Free no obligation quote
Manufactured In the UK
Quick and efficient service
Colour your world with a contemporary glass splashback
Bespoke shower screens and enclosures made to fit any space
A modern addition to your home or garden in a range of styles
Bring the outside in with a functional and seamless Juliet Balcony
Define spaces and maximise the light with stylish glass partitions
Contemporary entrances available in hinged or space-saving sliding
Reflect your best in a range of modern and antique mirrors
A range of bespoke glass products to enhance your home or office
Let the light flow through your home with a custom glass banister
Brands We’ve Worked With
Looking for a template and install? Our expert installation team are available for any products we manufacture, ensuring a smooth, problem free project – right from the initial enquiry to the final install.
For a simple product the option of supply only is available, where the product is supplied and collected by yourselves. For a more complex project supply only is still an option but we advise this should only be chosen by a competent DIYer or professional installer.
On a supply only basis, most of our customers choose to collect their orders. However, some products are too large/heavy and in this instance a delivery service is available.
Manufactured in the UK
Our manufacturing facilities are based in Staffordshire, giving amazing links to many areas of the UK. We hold a large stock of glass which reduces production time and our products are produced by our fully trained and experienced in-house team. Using the latest machinery in glass production technology, will ensure you are receiving the highest quality product every time.
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Types of Glass we Manufacture
We process many different types of glass to suit your individual commercial glass requirements. We aim to achieve the desired effect you are looking for, whilst accommodating any safety specifications for your project.
Single pane toughened glass is used in multiple applications such as, glass balustrades, office partitioning, glass splashbacks and counter tops to name a few. This can be machined to include the following features; Polished edges, C.N.C. shaping, cut-outs, drilling and colour coating to specific requirements. Toughened glass is up to five times stronger than conventional non toughened glass and has the characteristic of shattering into small pieces should it break which limits the injury potential if this were to happen.
This is made up of two pieces of glass which have been bonded together with a plastic interlayer. The reason for this is quite simply, if one piece of glass should get broken the interlayer and the second piece of glass would keep the screen intact thus preventing it from falling or producing sharp edges and therefore preventing injury. Laminated glass comes as toughened and non toughened. The non toughened version is generally used in the glazing of large screens such as shop fronts or with a fireproof interlayer in the use of fire protection screens and doors. The toughened laminated version is generally used for glass balustrades where handrail isn’t required.
Branded Glass Solutions
Raising brand awareness is one of the most important marketing tools a company can use. With our in-house expert design team, we are able to create vinyl (or frosted) graphics and text that can be applied to any glass surface, including: balustrades, partitions, work surfaces and more.
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Frequently Asked Questions
What are the different types of glass?
There are many different types of glass from clear, tinted, ultra-clear (low iron), satin and mirror. Glass can be toughened and non-toughened or laminated.
Where do I have to use toughened glass?
Single pane toughened glass is used in multiple applications such as, glass balustrades with a handrail, office partitioning, glass splashbacks, glass shower-screens, juliet balconies and counter tops to name a few. Toughened glass should be installed as a safety feature where it is to be installed near any heat source or where the glass ‘is the barrier’ eg. partitioning, balustrading, doors.
Toughened glass is up to five times as strong than conventional un-toughened glass and has the characteristic of shattering into small pieces should it break which limits the injury potential if this were happen.
How is glass toughened?
Annealed glass is heated in a furnace to around 700 degrees and cooled quickly by the means of air pressure. this creates a tempering process which hardens the glass, giving a more durable product.
What is tempered glass?
Tempered glass is another name for toughened glass that is produced in a tempering furnace.
What is the difference between toughened and laminated glass?
Laminated glass is made up of two or more pieces of glass that have been bonded together with a plastic interlayer. The reason for this is quite simply if one piece of glass should get broken the interlayer and the second piece of glass would keep the screen intact, preventing it from falling or producing shape edges and thereby limiting injury.
Is laminated glass toughened or un-toughened?
Laminated glass can be both toughened or un-toughened. The un-toughened version is generally used in the glazing of large screens such as shop fronts or with a fireproof interlayer in the use of fire protection screens and doors. The toughened laminated version is generally used for glass balustrading where handrail isn’t required or wanted.
What is annealed glass?
Annealed glass is the correct term for standard glass that is not toughened.
Does glass have a green hue?
Generally standard glass does have a green tint and whilst in many cases is not visible front facing, it can be seen from the side. Whilst this is not detrimental to the aesthetics of the product in many applications, in certain circumstances it is beneficial to use a low-iron glass that is optically pure. This is why we use Opti glass (low iron) for all our splashbacks, thus ensuring vibrancy of colour, giving the glass best optical quality possible.
Can a mirror be toughened?
Yes, however standard mirrors that has been produced by the application of silver nitrate cannot be toughened as the toughening process will degrade the mirroring. However, standard glass can be toughened and after our latest innovation processes can give a mirrored finish resulting in the product of a toughened mirror.
Do toughened mirrors look the same as standard mirror?
Toughened mirror is a hand produced product that results in an 80% likeness to standard mirror.
What thicknesses of glass are there?
Standard glass comes in the following thicknesses and is usually used in the listed installations:
- 3mm - greenhouse glass
- 4mm - small glass applications
- 6mm - Splashbacks, larger standard glass applications e.g. furniture protection
- 8mm - Balustrades, shower screens, shelving, stair glass
- 10mm - Doors, window sills, balustrades, balconies, shower screens, partitioning, stair glass
- 12mm - Balustrades, balconies, Fire hearths, doors
In addition to this laminated glass is available in many various thicknesses.