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Tradtional Patent Glazing

Founded in 1902, we are the longest established, largest and most successful Patent Glazing Company in the UK, thereby making us the recognized market leaders in this field.

We remain dedicated specialists in the design, manufacture and installation of Patent Glazing systems for contracts anywhere in the United Kingdom.

Our highly experienced and directly employed fixing staff has installed millions of square metres of Patent Glazing throughout the decades and examples of our finished work can be seen on many of today's prestigious buildings, Railway Stations and shopping centres.

With more than a century of experience behind us, we have the expertise and resources to carry out the most demanding and largest patent glazing projects in the UK.

Traditional Patent Glazing

Please feel free to browse through this comprehensive web site which is packed full of photos, technical information, AutoCAD drawings and guidance. If you wish to speak to us direct about a specific project then our Techincal and Sales Departments are only a phone call away.

Tel 01924 461213  Fax 01924 458083
e mail: info@patent-glazing.com

We have designed five different Patent Glazing systems to suit all your needs ranging from the very modern to our unique heritage system which is suitable for grade 1 listed buildings. CLICK HERE for our overview page to select your preferred product on your project.

WHAT IS PATENT GLAZING?

Patent Glazing is the most widely used product in overhead glazing and applications of this popular glazing system are found extensively in railway stations, shopping malls, atria, schools, canopies, conservatory roofs and northlight glazing.
Patent Glazing is the term applied to a self-draining system of dry glazing that does not rely necessarily for its watertightness upon external glazing seals.
It consists essentially of a series of longitudinal supporting members (glazing bars), and an infilling of glass or other suitable materials.
Patent glazing bars are attached to and supported upon suitable structural steel or timber members provided by other trades.