• LocationHigh Wycombe, Buckinghamshire, HP13 5PB
  • Our Working HoursOpening times: 24 hours a day
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Express High Wycombe glaziers replace glass for a variety of reasons. we provide an emergency response service for broken glass repairs where we would board the windows for your security and then replace the glass usually within 48 hours in and around the High Wycombe area.

Glass in High Wycombe commercial properties that should be but doesnt meet safety requirements can be replaced with safety glass. All enquiries are welcome with free estimates and quotes by phoning our High Wycombe team.

Glass for use in High Wycombe domestic properties typically comes in two varieties; single or double-glazed, with a choice of either float/annealed or toughened glass. Single-glazed windows with float glass can normally be fitted on the same day. Our High Wycombe glaziers are able to replace glass from either the outside or the inside of properties, if the framework allows it. If required, we can source scaffolding and/or lifting vehicles for high glass installations.

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Example Of Our Glass Services

Low Emissivity Glass
We recognize that a well-insulated home can save money on heating, so we offer “Low e” glass (sometimes referred to as “K” glass) for customers that are looking to lower their home heating bills by retaining more heat in their house.

Low Emissivity glass is only available for double-glazed windows, but can be supplied with either normal or toughened glass. This feature is provided using a metal-oxide layer that reduces the infrared radiation transferred between the cold and warm panes of glass.

This type of glass results in an approximate reduction of energy loss by around 30-50% over non-treated glass. Low E glass comes in a choice of two types of coating. “Soft-coat” is applied between panes of a double-glazed unit, because it is easily damaged, and it degrades when exposed to air.

“Hard-coat” can be applied to existing glass installations, and is more durable than “soft-coat”, although the performance compared to it is inferior.

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