One of our greatest strengths is our ability to offer bespoke glass to match our client’s varying needs and preferences.
Sash window and casement window glazing suppliers
We source our glass from a wide range of top quality suppliers – from world leaders such as Pilkington, through to small, independent suppliers of specialist products. What’s more, we make sure that this glass is used as sustainably as possible – fitting double glazed windows that reduce heat loss without compromising the character of your home.
Specialist glazing options
We can offer a full range of alternatives and options such as
- cylinder blow glass / crown glass
- satin glass
- patterned obscured
- stained glass
If you’re looking for something a bit different for your sash windows or doors. We work with a specialist etched glazing supplier who supply contemporary and traditional and other decorative glass.
Save or replace
As part of our renovation service, and to ensure that we minimize our environmental impact, we do not replace glazing unless there are any breaks or cracks. Any sash windows that may require new glazing, and fall below 800mm from the floor level, will have to be replaced with toughened safety glass to meet Health & Safety Regulations.
Puttying new glazing
If your glazing is replaced we’ll use putty to hold it in place, depending on the weather conditions, it can take up to six weeks to cure and to be ready for painting. When painting any exposed putty, please ensure you paint over the putty and onto the glazing by 2mm in order to create a seal against the weather.