A glazier is a glass specialist called on to repair or install any glass within a property. Given the wide variety of types, styles, shapes, sizes and colours available this is a highly skilled profession. It comes with risks and dangers so it’s best not to attempt a glass job unless you are appropriately qualified glazier.
A commercial glazier will generally work in a team or firm and they install standard the glass or provide custom solutions for buildings large and small. They often work with a company to devise the right type of solution for the needs that the business has and can create comprehensive plans by working with architects, as well.
A glazier providing for domestic and residential settings will be skilled in that particular field and is likely to have experience of new homes or renovating older homes with custom glass solutions. They will understand windows, glass doors, conservatories and sliding glass patio doors. They will also provide maintenance, restoration.
Fire resistant, shatter proof and even bullet proof glass are the specialities of glaziers who focus on security glass markets. These skilled glaziers put in security glass for businesses and homes alike and can consult on the best ways to utilise glass to make a home or other structure safer.
Some glaziers are called in for decorative work for homes, commercial or public properties, or religious buildings in order to improve the internal or external aesthetic. These specialists know how to work with stained glass and other visually appealing types of glass.
Your glazier can offer you advice on the best glass for your home or business
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