• LocationHornsey, North London, Tottenham Lane, N8 7EL**
  • Our Working HoursOpening times: 24 hours a day*
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Hornsey Glazing Testimonials

Customer Name: John R. Davis.
I wish to thank two of your staff for the very professional manner in which they dealt with the emergency call-out to my property. Firstly the lady who took my initial telephone call, whose name I believe was Kerry. She listened carefully to my problem and then proceeded to offer a solution giving detailed information on how to solve it. She was polite, courteous and extremely knowledgeable.
Secondly to the engineer, Tim Friedenheim, who arrived at the agreed time and immediately got on with the job. He to was extremely polite, courteous and fully understood what needed to be done to resolve the problem.
I have been involved with the training of customer service to both domestic and international companies within the United Kingdom and the USA and it always stands out when excellence is achieved in this field.

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Example Of Our Glass Services

Filming
We can supply a wide range of filming solutions, from safety filming (to enable normal glass to conform to safety glass standards), to tinted filming for specialist installations. Other types of filming are also available.

Heat-rejection film is film is a film applied to the interior of the glass, and is specifically designed to reflect most infrared, ultraviolet and visible light, and should be coupled with a low-emissivity coating applied to the exterior of the glass.

Privacy film can create a one-way mirror, depending on light conditions. Mirrored glass, if correctly applied, can create a mirrored effect on one side of the glass permanently, regardless of light levels on either side.

Safety film (Also called Security film"), is designed to prevent the glass shattering under impact stresses, and to safely contain the glass if shattering does occur. This is sometimes used on glass that has already shattered, to provide some integrity while replacement glass is sought.

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