Upper Square, South Street, Old Isleworth, Middlesex TW7 7BG
Tel: 020 8568 7207 Fax: 020 8569 7320
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Our Clare is running the Edinburgh
Marathon for Prostate Cancer on 26/05/13. Any support would be very much appreciated!
Clare's marathon run for Prostate Cancer
Established in Old Isleworth, West London, during the early 1970s as glass merchants and glazing contractors specialising in the restoration and manufacture of traditional leaded light windows.
Traditional square and diamond pane leaded lights made to order, using restoration glass where required.
Stocks of obsolete patterned glass available, including all types of restoration glass for listed buildings etc.
Coloured glass splashbacks made to order. Full range of colours. Available in toughened 'Low Iron' glass if required, with cut-outs for switchplates etc.
Double glazed sealed units made to order.
All types of acid etched / sandblasted glass also supplied.
Standard patterns available from stock or special order.
Glass processing including laminating, toughening, bevelling, polishing, drilling etc.
Full range of glass blocks available to order. Ask for our 'how to measure/order/build' leaflet.
Open Monday to Friday 8.30 a.m. to 4.00 p.m. and Saturday 9.00 a.m. to 1.00 p.m.
Most major credit cards accepted. Design leaflets available. Glazing service.
Friendly, informed advice always available for your glass or glazing project.
Many designs of etched and sandblasted glass available from stock or to special order with various border detail options etc. Pattern leaflet available.
Stockists of museum quality conservation reflection control 2.5mm glass for protecting valuable prints/artwork etc. from damaging ultra-violet light.
4mm Fluted Back painted
A selection from our etched range of designs. Available in 4mm or 5.5mm laminated. Leaflet available on request.
Design leaded light window from Damien Hirst's Pharmacy. Sold at Sotheby's, London
for £252,000 in October 2004 (made by a member of our staff).
CHAS Copyright 2003
Last updated April 11th 2013