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Glazing Options

These are the most common types of glass we offer.

If what you require is not listed, just give us a call and check the availability!

Clear Glass

Available in the following thicknesses:

3mm, 4mm, 6mm, 8mm & 10mm

3mm, 4mm or 6mm is most commonly used for single glazed windows.

Obscured/Privacy Glass

Available in the following thicknesses:

3mm, 4mm, 6mm, 8mm & 10mm

3mm, 4mm or 6mm is most commonly used for single glazed windows.

For advise on patterned/textured glass. Get in touch!

Double Glazed Sealed Units

Available in a variety of thicknesses:

From 12mm - 28mm

2 Pieces of glass, sealed together with an internal aluminium spacer bar.

Laminated Safety Glass

Available in the following thicknesses:

4.4mm, 6.4mm, 8.8mm & 10.8mm

2 pieces of glass bonded together by a plastic adhesive. The aim is to prevent glass from smashing and shattering instead, making for a higher security feature. Most commonly used for doors and low level window [below 800mm from the ground].

Georgian Wired Safety Glass

Available in the following varieties:

7mm Clear [Georgian Wired Polished Plate]

7mm Obscured [Georgian Wired Cast]

Clear or obscured glass with a fine mesh embedded within the panel. Typically up to 30 minute fire rated.

Toughened Safety Glass

Available in the following thicknesses:

4mm, 6mm, 8mm & 10mm

Standard glass processed with a thermal or chemical treatment to increase it's strength and resistance. It will require a much higher force of impact to break. Most commonly used for shower screens, table tops and shelves.

Pyroguard Fire Glass

Available to the following specification:

7.2mm - 30mm Fire Rated

Glass processed and treated to withstand Increased fire temperatures for up to 30 minutes.

Silver/Mirrored Glass

Available in the following thicknesses:

4mm & 6mm

Mirrors for any purpose. Finished with either a bevelled edge, all edges polished, or just clean cut. Comes with a foil backing as standard.