With locally based engineers covering these areas, Express Whitechapel glaziers specialise in all types of glass services including double glazing repairs, glass replacement, window repair, window boarding and full glass installations.
Express Whitechapel Glaziers pride ourselves as being one of the areas premier 24 hour emergency* glazier companies. Glass can often be a target for anti social behaviour and as such can expose a property to further crime. When a problem occurs that requires an immediate response we offer complete glass solutions including boarding and repair throughout Whitechapel 24 hours a day, 365 days a year*.
Highly skilled local glaziers are on standby with fully equipped vans containing all the necessary equipment to carry out any glazing service. With our local Express Whitechapel glaziers you know your in safe hands. We have had many recommendations through word of mouth. This is due to our policy of putting customer satisfaction as well as safety, above all else. 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).
With local glaziers available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week*, our Glaziers have rapid emergency response time for both planned and emergency glazing work. So whether you need an emergency glazier to help repair your broken window or you are thinking about updating the glazing in your home or business, we can provide you with a quick and effective solution.
Our expert glaziers have developed a reputation for professionalism and quality workmanship. With no call-out charge or any hidden extras, you only pay when you have signed to say you are satisfied with the works completed (deposit may be required for parts purchased).
Our expert advisers are available day or night to offer you free advice and a no-obligation quotation for any glazing work. We can also provide you with a written estimate should you require it. Call us today to book an appointment with one of our professional glaziers at a time that best suits you.
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Glass bends are specially manufactured, and are most common in shop fronts, or similar commercial enterprises. In order for the glass to be bent, it must be heated very close to it's melting point. It is then fed through a machine that creates the glass bend using a pre-defined gradiant. Once this process is complete, the glass is usually chemically toughened, as the glass is not suitable to be toughened with heat, as the glass does not lie flat.