Glazing Services 24/7
At Able Glaze UK, we specialise in all types of glass, glazing services from boarding and glazing to double glazing repair. With thousands of satisfied customers across the whole of the country, Able Glaze offers a glazing and boarding service that is second to none. No payment is taken until the work is completed and you have signed to say you are satisfied! (deposit may be required for parts purchased).
At Able Emergency Glaziers we pride ourselves as being one of the areas largest 24 Hour emergency glazing and boarding businesses because of our professional and affordable glass glazing services. With emergency glaziers throughout your local area, we are ready and prepared to handle any type of emergency and non-urgent glass glazing services you may find yourself requiring, 24 Hours a day, 365 Days a year.
Glass Replacement & Window Repair Includes:
- Full 24 Hour* Coverage Throughout the UK
- Genuine 30 - 90 Minute Response* To Any Emergency Work
- Absolutely No Call Out Charges - Day or Night
- Free Written Estimates & Quotes
- All Types of Domestic & Commercial Work Undertaken
- Work is Fully Guaranteed
- Insurance Approved
- Fast & Quick Glazing Repairs from our Emergency Glaziers
Professional Glazing Services:
As your professional local glazing company we realise that our customers require a fast efficient service and as such we take great effort to ensure that our vans are always fully stocked. For double glazed replacement units, toughened glass and other non-stock glass we offer our premier express service so that you can be assured that your repairs will be completed as soon as possible with the minimum of disruption.
24 Hour FreeFone Services:
We provide a Free-Fone Fast Response Glass, Glazing Service with friendly operators to handle any problems you have on
0800 046 2633
Alternatively you can fill in our Fast Response Form in the top right hand side and have one of our operators call you back within ten minutes!
Example of our Services:
How is glass made?
Molten glass is formed by heating up a combination of silica and sodium carbonate, with added lime, magnesium oxide and aluminium oxide, to form soda-lime glass. This is then rolled down a bed of molten tin that has been subjected to a atmosphere of nitrogen and hydrogen to prevent oxidization of the tin.
This molten glass is then cooled and cut by machine using a diamond cutter, and then subjected to nitrogen gas at high pressure to give it a shiny finish. Glass created using this method is called “float glass”, which is name used for the “normal” glass used you find in glass installations today.