Greenhouse Glass Windows
These glass windows are ideal for repair or replacement of all kinds greenhouses. Depending on the style and capacity of your greenhouse, you will require panels of various sizes, weights and thicknesses. Here at S&T Glazing, we can provide a comprehensive range of greenhouse glass windows for use in all kinds of designs.
Greenhouse Glass Windows Installation, Repairs and Replacement
Over the years, our experienced team has worked to provide industry-leading glazier services to all kinds of properties. We can conduct complete installation of all kinds of glass for greenhouse windows and roofs. Since 1991, our glazing experts have worked to provide a comprehensive service to our clients. In addition to our expert installation services, we are also able to deliver repair and replacement services.
If the window frame for your glass panes has become damaged, our glazing experts will be able to conduct all kinds of repairs. We can ensure that your new glass pane fits into the frame perfectly. This is essential for all kinds of properties to keep the heat in and the cold air out. A tight fit is important if you want to prevent rain or other weather effects from entering your space.
For those glass panes which has sustained extensive damage or even be shattered, we can provide a replacement service. We will help you to find the perfect glass to ensure high-level protection across your space.
A Complete Range of Greenhouse Glass Windows
Here at S&T Glazing, we can provide a comprehensive range of greenhouse glass windows to suit all kinds of greenhouse styles. We can provide a complete range of sizes and styles to suit your needs. There are three main kinds of greenhouse glass that we can provide to our customers, including:
- Tempered Glass – Tempered glass is a form of heat-treated glass which has been stressed. The stresses in the glass are induced in a very specific way – this will increase the surface stress when related to the internal stress. Tempered glass, while being very clear, is still up to six times stronger than other kinds of greenhouse glass.
Tempered glass remains one of the best choices for greenhouse roofs, walls and windows in the UK. However, it isn’t the best choice for roofs where heavy snow loads of high-strength winds are a major concern.
- Annealed Glass – Annealed glass is the most common kind of glass used in today’s greenhouses. It is heat-treated and allowed to cool in a very controlled manner. This caused the internal stresses to relax extremely slowly. This glass is weaker than other options, however when it does break, it breaks into large shards which can easily be avoided. It is the most common and cheapest kind of glass. As such, it is used in most greenhouse models.
- Laminated Glass – Laminated glass is made of two, or sometimes more, sheets of glass. These sheets are bonded together using a vinyl layer. This kind of glass is strong and will never break. It can shatter, but the vinyl layer will hold the pieces together. This means they won’t pose a risk to anyone, even after they’ve broken.
Laminated glass is the perfect choice for all greenhouse glass windows and greenhouse roofs. In addition to being impossible to break, it will also prevent a high percentage of UV radiation from passing through.
For Greenhouse Glass Windows in the UK, Get in Touch with S&T Glazing Today
Since 1991, our experienced team of glaziers has worked to deliver industry-leading glass windows and panes to UK properties. We have delivered hard-wearing greenhouse glass panels to all kinds of properties. Whether you’re looking for a practical, long-term solution for your greenhouse or a quick replacement to protect your plants following a breakage, get in touch today.
The S&T Glazing team are here to help you. We can deliver a comprehensive installation, repair and replacement service to suit your needs. Whether you’re looking for laminated glass, tempered glass or annealed glass, get in touch with our experienced team today. You can reach our experts today by calling us directly on 01535 680 894. If you prefer, you can also get in touch with our team using our simple online contact form. Just email us your questions and concerns and we’ll get back to you as soon as we can.