Clear Float glass is the most commonly used glass product.
The name Float Glass comes from the processing method of floating molten glass on a bed of molten metal, typically tin.
Float glass can have a pale green tint that can add to the appearance of the glass in thicker panels. However, due to this tint, we do not recommend Float Glass when incorporating colour into your design.
Float glass is a popular choice for partitioning, flooring and balustrade.
We start by understanding your brief, making sure we’ve interpreted what you want to achieve. Through research and development, we then produce a sample so you can visualise the finished piece.
Once we’ve agreed on the design, our experienced team take a closer look at your designs, checking the specification is deliverable based on the tolerances of the glass you choose.
Drawing from over 20 years of experience in a range of techniques, we bring your designs to life with technical expertise and industry-leading machinery.
Once your glass has been made to your specification, we take care of the logistics, making sure you receive your order on time, in the UK and abroad.