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The simplest, most basic form of glass on the market and the starting point for other forms of glass to be created from by using other processes, such as laminated, toughened and coated glass. For safety reasons, we do not advise use of this type of glass around the house and we will only sell you glass that is fit for purpose.


Toughened or tempered glass is a type of safety glass processed by controlled thermal or chemical treatments to increase its strength compared with normal glass. This then causes the glass, when broken, to crumble into small granular chunks instead of splintering into jagged shards a which are less likely to cause injury. As a result of its safety and strength, toughened glass is used in a variety of demanding applications. We can toughen glass from 4mm to 19mm thickness for additional durability and structural safety.

Our dedicated team will discuss your requirements with you to ensure we manufacture the finest toughened glass for your application. As a result, our toughened glass is fully British Standard kite-marked to EN12600 and EN12150, making it ideal for a range of purposes.


Whether you require a darker tint for your glass to reflect the sunlight and reduce glare, or a clearer coating for a natural view through the window, we can cater for any requirement or preference. To find out more about how your property can benefit from tinted glass, or for further information about any of our services, don’t hesitate to get in touch with our expert team today and we will be happy to help.

We use specialist equipment to add colour to the glass composition and create a tint, allowing it to block or reflect however much or little light you require.


Mainly used in bathrooms for bathrooms, toilets, and internal door and windows, this glass is generally used for privacy by blurring images and for natural light control, with many patterns available


Laminated glass is made from 2 or more layers separated by an interlayer of plastic. Used for energy efficiency i.e heat insulation, sound insulation and UV reduction.

It’s also a Grade A safety glass that does not shatter and disperse when broken. Easy to apply colouring, fire resistance and sound dampening.

Depending on your application, we stock a large range of laminated glass solutions from 4.4mm to 11.5mm thickness, and can also source and supply thicker and multi-laminated glass to meet your exact specifications. We can also supply and install anti-bandit laminated safety glass which includes a 1.5mm interlayer to provide added strength and security.

Whatever your laminated or toughened glass requirements, don’t hesitate to get in touch with our accredited team today – we are always happy to help with any enquiry.


Used for aesthetic and interior design purposes to promote space and light in restricted areas, this glass has a metal coating applied to one side of the glass and sealed with a protective layer to create a mirror effect.

Mirrored glass can be found around the home in framed mirrors, wall mirrors, wardrobes doors and display cabinets.  It can also be found in restaurants, bars, shops, dance studios and gyms, click here to find about more about mirror applications.


Low E glass is used is used in external doors and windows with exposure to sunlight, reflecting thermal radiation and improving insulation. It keeps areas warmer in the winter and cooler in the summer.


Used in internal and external doors for thermal insulation, consisting of two panes of glass with a spacer between them. Surface coating is then added to alter appearance and advantages such as scratch resistance.


Adding character and transforming clear glass with a beautiful alternative, this glass is imprinted with a decorative design or pattern, creating privacy and style. Available toughened or laminated to enhance safety.


Wire mesh is added to glass to provide safety and fire resistance by discouraging draughts and preventing fire spreading. This glass is usually found in doors and windows of buildings such as schools and hospitals.


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