• LocationNorfolk, Norfolk, St Giles Street, NR2 1JL**
  • Our Working HoursOpening times: 24 hours a day*
  • Phone Us!Free phone: 0800 051 8637

Free Phone : 0800 051 8637

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If you’ve had an accident late at night, we won’t be able to replace your glass immediately. In this case, we will board up your window with plywood boards to maintain security, and arrange for the glass to be fitted once it is available. We operate a 24-hour rapid-response Norfolk boarding-up service, to give you peace of mind when you need it most. We can also board-up large Norfolk commercial premises when the owner has vacated the building, or is in the process of a large-scale refurbishment, where the building needs to be protected against squatters and other intruders. All boarding-up jobs in Norfolk and the local area include a free quote on replacement glass if required.

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Norfolk Glazing Testimonials

Customer Name: Mrs P M Booke.
I rang and spoke to a very pleasant gentleman who was extremely helpful and gave me information, cost and the main thing, when someone would come to see me. True to everything he said a very nice young man turned up within the time slot. His name was Robert Thompson he was extremely caring and he knew straight away what was wrong. Upon leaving he gave me his phone number and told me to contact him if need be. Needless to say I have not had to ring him because he seems to have done the right thing on it. It was a pleasure to have such a good workman in the house so polite etc. You have a very caring company and long may you continue.

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Example Of Our Glass Services

Cat & Dog Flaps
Given a sufficiently large pane of glass, we can manufacture and install a pane of glass, with a hole pre-cut for the flap. We cannot work on existing toughened glass (due to the high tension in the glass), any pressure applied to the glass would cause the destruction of the glass. It is possible to cut normal glass in situ, but as this is at the owner's own risk, it is not recommended. There must be a minimum clearance of 150mm between the edge of the glass, and the edge of the hole of the flap, so the glass is able to go through the toughening process and remain intact.

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