Glass: Custom-fit glass for bespoke glass applications.
process and cut glass to size for any
application. Be it a simple rectanglular piece of greenhouse
glass or a complex shaped & coloured glass
panel to cover a whole wall. We can provide cut-outs
in the glass for electrical sockets, holes that are
square, round or anything in between.
do glass UV bonding too, enabling us
to produce free-standing glass shapes such as glass
tables and glass cabinets in any colour.
glass service enables you to have either simple opaque glass or patterned glass.
You can even have your own logos or designs sandblasted
onto the glass - Ideal for shop windows, doors and many
other applications. A recent new method has arrived for colouring
the sandblasted areas of glass. This means that the
sandblasted areas of don't have to be the natural colour
of the glass. Instead, these areas can be tinted with
a colour of your choice. This is already proving to be very popular.
the best selling glass products for
this year is glass splashbacks. Contemprary
kitchen designs often use glass splashbacks to create a deep glossy finish to areas that are often
tiled in traditional kitchen designs.
with coloured glass panelling theme,
there is currently a popular trend of using coloured
glass panels on walls in bathrooms, too. In
addition to providing an easy to clean and attractive
surface, the reflective nature of the coloured
glass panels also add an illusion of space
and the glass can make a small bathroom feel considerably
larger than it really is.
Mirrors are a speciality of KLG Glass. We can supply custom
sized, shaped and drilled mirror glass to replace broken or corroded mirrors you may already have. We can also produce many contemporary
mirror glass designs to match your modern living
space. With the help of our complex machinery, we are
able to create etched mirror designs, bevelled edges and every other design
variation you might be able to throw at us.
In case you didn't know...
Sandblasting is a process that is used to etch the surface
of glass in order to make it less transparent. This
is usually done by firing grains of material at high
speed against the glass. It is a popular technique for
creating patterns or text on glass windows. Traditionally,
the pattern of the sandblasted area would be the same
colour as the glass. However, there are now methods
of colouring the sandblasted areas of the glass which
is becoming very popular in the UK.