Commercial Double Glazing Breaston
Specialising in both new build and refurbishment work, Abbey Glass & Burton Glass Commercial Departments fabricate and install Architectural Aluminium and PVCu systems throughout the East & West Midlands Midlands areas. Abbey Glass & Burton Glass are approved 'Kawneer' Aluminium Systems fabricators and installers. Abbey Glass provide Commercial Doors, Commercial Windows and Curtainwall and Patent Glazing.
Abbey Glass Commercial Glazing Services Breaston
Abbey Glass & Burton Glass Commercial Double Glazing products conform to the latest British Standards with full specifications available where required. We have our own in-house fabrication and installation teams and can offer expert technical advice utilising our CAD facility for the production of detailed drawings.
All commercial double glazing products fully compliant with the latest Building Regulations Document L2 for thermal performance.
Commercial Double Glazed Doors Breaston
Our Commercial Doors are available in both polyester powder coated finish and anodised aluminium finish. We have thermally broken and non thermally broken options with Swing or Sliding options and provide a lifetime warranty on welded door corners.
We have a full range of handles, locks and ironmongery options with automatic electrically operated sliding or swing options with fire rated options.
Commercial Double Glazing Windows Breaston
Our Commercial Windows provide elegant aluminium profiles on the outside and warm inviting timber on the inside combine the benefits of both materials to provide a durable low maintenance exterior with the comfort, visual appeal and performance benefits of superior quality internal joinery.
Designed and tested to exceed all contemporary standards, our Commercial Windows systems offer a comprehensive range of purpose made factory finished Commercial Windows, Commercial Doors and associated products. The system comprises of outward and inward opening windows and doors, suited fixed lights, panels, louvres and operating mechanisms.