Shop Front Window Installation or Repair

We provide glazing repair and installation services for shops in London. We offer a premium and the fast response shop glazing service, whether it’s emergency installation or replacement or even a planned installation we can get the job done at the very competitive price.

We know how inconvenient it is when your shop window is smashed or broken due to accidental damage, or vandalism. Getting your shop front secured quickly and your business back open and running, as soon as possible will be one of your main priorities when experiencing this kind of emergency. We make sure that our shop front and window repair experts are always available 24/7.

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Our team of glaziers and shop front repair experts are here to help with an emergency service at any time. Whether you experience vandalism at 2am or have an accident with your shop window at 6pm, our expert glaziers in London are available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, 365 days a year. So if you ever require one of our experts from Wallington Glass to get your business back up and running as soon as possible, we’ll be more than happy to help.

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A store front window refers to the large glass display or entryway of a retail establishment that faces the street or sidewalk. These windows play a crucial role in showcasing products, attracting customers, and creating an inviting appearance for the store. Store front windows often allow natural light to enter the premises, contribute to the overall aesthetic appeal of the business, and serve as a marketing tool by displaying merchandise or promotional materials.

Windows in stores, especially those facing the exterior and used for display or entry, are commonly referred to as store front windows. These windows are typically large, made of glass, and strategically positioned to attract customers, showcase products, and create an appealing visual impression of the store from the outside.

The primary difference between curtainwall and storefront systems lies in their intended applications and construction. Curtainwall systems are typically used in larger commercial buildings and high-rises, featuring an external envelope of glass and metal that spans multiple floors. They're designed for structural support, weather resistance, and thermal performance. In contrast, storefront systems are more common in smaller retail or commercial spaces, comprising individual framed glass panels and often include doors. Storefronts focus on showcasing merchandise and providing entry points while allowing natural light into the store.

Shop fronts often utilize various types of glass depending on the specific requirements. Commonly used glasses include toughened or tempered glass for increased safety and strength, laminated glass for enhanced security, insulated glass units (double or triple glazing) for better insulation and noise reduction, and sometimes low-iron glass for improved clarity and aesthetics.

Toughened or tempered glass is frequently used in shop fronts due to its increased strength and safety features. It undergoes a heating and rapid cooling process that makes it more resistant to breakage compared to standard glass. In the event of breakage, toughened glass shatters into small, safer pieces rather than sharp shards, reducing the risk of injury.

The thickness of shop front glazing can vary based on factors such as safety requirements, window size, and structural considerations. Typically, shop front glazing might range from 6mm to 12mm for toughened glass, ensuring adequate strength and safety while meeting the specific needs of the storefront's design and security standards.