GLAZING

1 Stained glass windows

Execution of works without the use of lifting mechanisms, and also irrespective of weather conditions

2 Frameless glazing

Allow to implement any design ideas

3 Aluminum glazing

Manufacturing and installation of "cold" and "warm" aluminum frames.

4 Plastic glazing

A warm version of the glazing allows you to keep warm air in the room in all weather conditions

5 Own production

Quick start of projects and quality control, operational replacement

6 Guarantee of terms

Having our own production, stock and personnel, we can fulfill urgent orders and work overtime

In order to fully experience the comfort even in the coldest winter, it is necessary to plan in advance the glazing work in any residential and non-residential premises.

Glazing is the process of installing and fixing in the light apertures of buildings and structures of sheet or profile glass, double-glazed windows or glass blocks.

 

GLAZING SERVICES:

 

  • glazing of residential / non-residential premises: cottages, restaurants, apartment houses, banks, office buildings, business centers, shopping malls, shops, etc .;
  • glazing of facades;
  • painting and laminating profiles, glass tinting;
  • production of aluminum partitions, structures, automatic entrance doors;
  • installation of window systems;
  • installation work;
  • operative replacement of old double-glazed windows;
  • processing of the edge of glass;
  • production of insulating glass from all different and possible glasses.


KINDS OF GLAZING:


1. Wooden glazing


Wooden frames in the glazing of balconies have been used for a long time. The main advantage of the wooden frame is naturalness, light weight and high ecological purity, affordable price.

Disadvantages: due to the fact that the tree is a natural material - the frame can change the appearance under the influence of natural factors. Therefore, you will need to regularly use protective equipment to extend the life of wooden windows.

2. Plastic glazing


The plastic frame has high thermal insulation qualities, so they are great for warm glazing. A warm version of the glazing allows you to keep warm air in the room in all weather conditions. The warm plastic windows are up to 30 years old. Care for plastic windows is very simple - from time to time, wipe them with a damp cloth using detergent. Also in the plastic windows there is a microventilating system, which avoids the problems associated with the formation of condensation on the windows.

3. Aluminum glazing


The appearance is absolutely identical to plastic glazing, because you can only visually distinguish them by the thickness of the frame. However, there is one important difference: the aluminum profile is much thinner, consequently, much more light is passed than PVC.

There is a "cold" and "warm" aluminum. Cold aluminum does not warm you in the cold winter and is designed for glazing of seasonal premises, but warm aluminum is specially made with an interlayer in order not to be afraid of frosts.

The conclusion is one: the aluminum profile is strong, not afraid of fire and is resistant to corrosion.

4. Frameless glazing


The most beautiful glazing to date is frameless glazing. However, it is important that if you make complete glazing of the room, it will be very difficult to make a high-quality thermal insulation. Often, the basis is taken by the aluminum profile.

Stela can be: matte, tinted and transparent.

Advantages: the greatest penetration of sunlight due to the lack of overlap. Unlimited shape, the thickness of the windows reaches 8 mm, which indicates the strength of the window.

From the shortcomings: after a while the fastening of the glass can weaken.

This type of glazing refers to the cold, since it does not have the required level of tightness.

5. Stained glass windows


Stained glass glazing is characterized by the fact that its installation is carried out from inside the building or from balcony overlappings. This allows you to perform work without the use of lifting mechanisms, as well as regardless of weather conditions.

In addition, stained glass glazing makes it possible to: choose the profile design for any design of the building, glaze the apertures of large dimensions and any shape, build a variety of additional elements, without difficulty to replace damaged sections.

Cons of stained glass: the strength of the aluminum profile, which is used in stained glass, is insufficient for the equipment of spherical and other non-planar surfaces, it may be difficult to seal the seams of hinged structures consisting of a large number of sections.

How we are working:

 

  • Call a specialist who examines the location;
  • Preparation of individual offers;
  • Manufacturing of windows;
  • Dismantling / Installation;
  • Restoration of slopes;
  • Warranty and post-warranty service.
     

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