• LocationChertsey, Surrey, Guildford Street, KT16 9BA**
  • 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 Chertsey boarding-up service, to give you peace of mind when you need it most. We can also board-up large Chertsey 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 Chertsey and the local area include a free quote on replacement glass if required.

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Chertsey Glazing Testimonials

Customer Name: Anthony N. Fegent.
On the 11th of July Paul Cowper attended Sutton House. I would like you to know how impressed I was by his competence, his speed of work and by the interest he displayed during the time it took. Mr Cowper struck me as an excellent operator and a great asset to your organisation. Seldom, it seems these days; I have the opportunity to commend the effort of others.

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Example Of Our Glass Services

Filming
We can supply a wide range of filming solutions, from safety filming (to enable normal glass to conform to safety glass standards), to tinted filming for specialist installations. Other types of filming are also available.

Heat-rejection film is film is a film applied to the interior of the glass, and is specifically designed to reflect most infrared, ultraviolet and visible light, and should be coupled with a low-emissivity coating applied to the exterior of the glass.

Privacy film can create a one-way mirror, depending on light conditions. Mirrored glass, if correctly applied, can create a mirrored effect on one side of the glass permanently, regardless of light levels on either side.

Safety film (Also called Security film"), is designed to prevent the glass shattering under impact stresses, and to safely contain the glass if shattering does occur. This is sometimes used on glass that has already shattered, to provide some integrity while replacement glass is sought.

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