We offer a fast glass, mirror and acrylic cutting service 6 days a week to our residential and commercial customers. Suitable for a wide variety of applications, we use precise diamond cutters and measuring tools to ensure you get a perfect cut ever time.
Our experienced team will listen to your requirements and help you to achieve the best results at an affordable price.
Our cut to size glass is suitable for Windows, Doors, Shelving, Tabletops, Picture Frames and custom projects. No matter the task, we have a variety of glass available in different thicknesses, tints, tones, colours, patterns and makeups.
Our Range Includes:
Float glass or annealed glass is a single sheet of glass made to a specific thickness. It is made by melting sand, soda ash, dolomite and limestone together which is slowly cooled – floating over a bed of molten tin.
Float glass is not a safety glass, as it is brittle and can break on impact to create sharp and dangerous fragments. Float glass is commonly used in domestic glazing (household windows), for small shelving, tabletops, and picture frames.
We use a variety of Safety Glass depending on the circumstances in Clear, Tinted, Mirrored, Reflective, Low Iron and Patterned finishes. Two main subtypes of Toughened Glass exist being:
Heat Strengthened Toughened (Tempered) Safety Glass
Created through heating annealed glass to over 600°C in a furnace and then rapidly cooling the glass, highly sealing and compressing the outside structure of the glass giving it high impact resistance.
The toughening process puts the outside surfaces into a state of compression and the inner surfaces to a state of tension which together cause the glass to break into small granular chunks which are far less likely to cause injury than traditional float glass.
With its superior strength and thermal resistance, Heat Strengthened Toughened Safety Glass is ideal in demanding situations where safety is paramount.
Laminated Safety Glass
Constructed from two or more layers of glass bonded together with a plastic (PVB) interlayer at high temperatures, Laminated Safety Glass is an ideal solution for domestic, commercial and industrial applications.
When broken Laminated Glass will hold together in position when shattered and remain held together to the interlayer creating a classic spiderweb pattern. As this prevents the glass from falling from its frame, it is extremely safe and is ideal for windows above a certain height and for architectural applications.
Laminated Safety Glass is durable & difficult to break, absorbing impact force which is perfect for shopfronts and security doors.
Laminated Safety Glass offers better protection from UV Rays and can prevent furniture and carpet fading over time. The dual layer construction also offers superior noise insulation with added sound attenuation and privacy benefits.
Decorative, Patterned & Slumped Glass
Glass can make a bold and unique statement, enhancing the natural beauty of your home or office with a range of textures and colours. Ideal for architectural purposes, Decorative and Textured Glass is both aesthetically pleasing and also structurally functional.
A feature in their own right, Decorative Glass Panels can be used in Front Doors, Sidelights, Windows, Splashbacks, Showerscreens, Balustrades, Skylights, and Interior Doors. We stock a variety of decorative and patterned panels in modern and classic styles with a large catalogue or stock available to order.
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Single Glazed vs Double Glazed Panels
Single Glazed Panels
Single Glazed Window Panels consist of an individual piece of glass which is fitted into the window frame. The depth of the glass varies between 3-6mm for Single Glazed Window Panels.
Double Glazed Panels
Double Glazed Panels are made up of two (or more) sheets of glass separated by an airspace, and insulated into a double glazed unit filled with argon gas.
These sealed and insulated units are quite thick and can vary between 18-22mm typically. They are filled with argon gas to stop any form of condensation forming.
Robax Pyroceramic Glass for Wood Heaters
Suitable for wood heater and fireplace doors, Robax Pyroceramic Glass is designed to withstand extreme temperatures up to 800°C.
Manufactured by SCHOTT ROBAX in Germany, Robax Glass has an extremely low thermal expansion and can withstand extreme temperature variances of hot and cold. This means that sudden temperature changes do not cause thermal shock and the panel is much more durable than normal glass.