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Glazing refers to the treatment and number of glass panes in your window or door frame. Apart from boosting your home’s appearance, glazing also has several practical benefits. It promotes energy efficiency, as a double or triple glaze prevents heat transfer or loss. This means that your home stays cooler in summer and warmer in winter, while your energy bill is reduced. As well as increasing energy efficiency, our products also feature innovative designs that reduce your carbon footprint and save you money.

Having two or more panes reduces noise, making double or triple glazing a must for homes or offices near roads or busy areas. A glazed window or door increases structural strength and security against things such as burglaries or harsh weather. Some kinds of glazing deflect damaging ultraviolet rays to protect furniture and other objects and, simply; glazed doors and windows are attractive and elevate your property value.

Your choice of glazing depends on your personal preferences, practical needs and surroundings. We can provide the ideal products to suit your residential, commercial and industrial glazing requirements.

Standard opaque options

When privacy is a priority, opaque glazing obscures or prevents views between different spaces. It also dims the entry of natural light without blocking it. This means that you still get the benefits of glass without adding blinds or curtains.

This type of glazing is useful for bathrooms where discretion is a must. It also works well in entryways when you want a divide between undesirable views and your home. This type of glass comes in a variety of textures and patterns, suitable for any aesthetic.


Specialist finishes

Often, buildings need windows and doors that meet specific requirements. These include heat control, noise reduction or increased safety. Advances in technology empower you to use your glass installations to achieve these goals.

Specialist glazing allows you to realise these targets. Take a conservatory, for instance. It needs to manage the sun’s heat and light to eliminate the risk of summertime overheating, while also providing warmth in the winter months, which means that finding the right balance is crucial. Expert glazing helps with this mission.

Laminate glazing
Laminate glazing strengthens an installation so that it won’t shatter when broken. To achieve this, a plastic layer is inserted between two panes during manufacturing. This type of glazing is cost-effective as it reduces the chances of breaking. It’s also energy efficient and eco-friendly while limiting the damage of ultraviolet rays.
Acoustic glazing
Soundproof or noise reduction glass – blocks sound from the interior and exterior of a location. It’s double-glazed glass that includes a laminate insert. When soundwaves bounce against the glass, the installation channels the vibrations to either absorb or reflect the noise. This is ideal for buildings on busy roads or those near noisy places such as schools or sports grounds.
Smart glazing
Smart glazing, also called switchable glass, changes from clear to opaque on demand. It incorporates polymer-dispersed liquid crystals (PDLC) between two panes. You can activate or deactivate this insert with smart devices or by simply turning a switch on or off. It improves energy efficiency by blocking harmful rays and is the choice for privacy on demand in homes and offices. It can also be used to create patterns or integrate branding within office spaces.
Morley integral blinds
Morley integral blinds are an innovation where Venetian or pleated blinds are fitted in the spaces between double- or triple-glazed doors and windows. By opening or closing these blinds, you can effortlessly control views and privacy. It replaces the need for curtains. Also, the installation withstands damage, and you won’t need to clean these blinds as they will remain dust and dirt-free. They are perfect for maintaining room temperature and protecting your furniture from fading.
Solar glazing
Solar glazing reflects and absorbs heat, while filtering light for reduced glare. Typically, it incorporates photovoltaic cells between panels. There is also advanced solar control glass, which controls light and heat from the sun to limit the risk of overheating. It tempers brightness and ultraviolet rays. As a thermally efficient solution, this glazing option helps retain heat in winter and keeps interiors cooler in summer without compromising glass clarity.
Single glazing

Single glazing

This is a single pane of glass, which can vary in thickness. Generally, this installation is ideal for low-risk spaces and interiors that are not prone to impacts. This affordable option does not include specialist glazing such as smart or laminate films.

Double glazing

Double glazing

A double-glazed installation consists of two glass panes. Usually, there is a gap between the panes that can be up to 20mm wide. Filling this gap with either argon gas, which is denser than air, or specialist glazing strengthens the window or door. This is more energy efficient than single glazing.

Triple glazing

Triple glazing

A triple-glazed window or door has three glass panes with two air gaps separating them. Apart from creating scope for additional specialist treatments, these gaps reduce thermal fluctuations for better energy efficiency. The extra pane of glass also provides additional security.

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