Westminster UK Sealed Units Double Glazing Manufacturer Services Launched

London based contractor Sirius Glass & Glazing Limited launched its updated range of sealed units manufacturing and installation solutions for commercial clients in Westminster, Wood Green, and the surrounding area.

London, United Kingdom - October 18, 2020 /NewsNetwork/ —

Sirius Glass & Glazing Limited, a full service contractor specialising in commercial glass and glazing needs, announced the launch of an updated range of sealed units solutions. The company services commercial clients in Westminster, Wood Green, Enfield, Barnet, and other boroughs of Greater London and the surrounding areas.

More information can be found at https://siriusglass.co.uk/ https://siriusglass.co.uk/sealed-units

The newly launched sealed units manufacturing and installation services at Sirius Glass & Glazing Limited aim to provide clients with a long term and cost-effective solution for their commercial project.

Double glazing works by creating an insulating layer between the outside and inside of any building. It is specifically designed to reduce heat loss from buildings.

Sealed units, or double glazing doors and windows, can make any building warmer, quieter and more energy efficient. They are ideal for thermal insulation, retaining heat in winter, keeping cool in summer and saving energy all year round.

The team at Sirius Glass & Glazing Limited manufacture and supply a vast selection of sealed units, including glass types annealed, toughened, laminate, thermal, self-cleaning, acoustic, solar and fire rated sealed units.

Their sealed units can be produced with silver, black or white aluminium spacers. They also provide a wide range of thicknesses that can be tailored to suit every frame.

In addition to sealed units manufacturing and installing services, the company can offer aluminium, uPVC, timber glass and entry doors, interior glazing, glass merchant services, among others.

The expert at Sirius Glass & Glazing Limited can handle commercial projects of any size and can meet the most demanding deadlines. They have extensive experience in the glass and glazing industry and can guarantee maximum quality and client satisfaction with every glass-related service.

A satisfied client said: “Needed ten replacement double-glazed windows. They were able to make them in less than half the time of other glass companies I approached. Such a quick turn around and fantastic service.”

Interested parties can find more by visiting the above-mentioned website.

Contact Info:
Name: Mr Simeon Agboola
Email: Send Email
Organization: Sirius Glass & Glazing Limited
Address: 24a Rosebery Industrial Park Rosebery Avenue , London, England N17 9SR, United Kingdom
Website: https://siriusglass.co.uk/

Source: NewsNetwork

Release ID: 88981293

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