With emergency local engineers covering all areas, ready 24 hours a day*, A2B Rossendale glaziers can provide help with most expediency. Glaziers Rossendale glass repair and glazing installation services come with a target response time of less than 2 hours* and we only charge from the time of arrival. 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 A2B Rossendale Glass we specialise in solving all types of glazing problems including broken window boarding up in Rossendale, window replacement and safety glass installation.
Your satisfaction and safety is our top priority as we hope that you will not only re-use our services but also recommend us to your friends and family. Our local glazing team covering Rossendale pride themselves on being fast, efficient and reliable. Whether you need us for commercial or domestic, or any other drainage problem, call our free phone line for free quotes and estimates.
Our Local Rossendale glazing engineers are CRB checked
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Double Glazing Repairs
Our fully trained glaziers are able to repair and replace all double glazing units in any type fo framework. We can also install secondary glazing in your property.
A2B Rossendale glaziers can replace and install any sized toughened glass units for any property in Rossendale.
domestic & commercial
From shop front repairs to glass installation, A2B glaziers can be with you within 2 hours* of your call.
A2B Rossendale glazing services include:
- 24 Hour glazing Services*
- Free Written Quotes
- Domestic & Commercial Service
- Insurance Approved
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.