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Glass for homes

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What's your challenge?
Design with glass

From anti-reflection to color tints, modern glass enhances design in many ways.

Build with glass

Whatever the construction challenge, we have the glass to help meet it.

Glass for your home

See how the correct choice of glass can help transform a home – and even our wellbeing.

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122 Leadenhall - 'The Cheesegrater'

The 75,000 square metres façade features a curtain wall that is double glazed to allow for a high solar protection on neutral-looking glass.

Fruit and Wool Exchange

The new-build façades are predominately brick-faced, with punched windows to reflect the surrounding context.

Caudwell International

Curved glass, punch windows and precast stone panels make up the envelope on a figure-of-eight footprint.

All our projects

From landmark construction projects to innovative residential builds, this is how our glass can make the difference.

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Our story

Just as we were in 1932, we're ready to meet the challenges of now and the future

Sustainability

Find out more about how glass can support sustainable design

Quality control

We strive for quality in everything we do

Our company

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Help and contact

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Glass Analytics

Access our comprehensive suite of engineering and analytical tools

BIM objects

Download and use our standardized Guardian BIM content to create project specific BIM files

Seminars and online learning

For anyone who is interested in learning more about glass and its use

Glass for homes

Our residential glass can greatly enhance how appealing a home is – from both the outside and inside. Helping to achieve not only state-of-the-art windows, which are vital to our wellbeing, and rooms that are bathed in natural light but protected from the sun’s energy so they don’t overheat. The more your home is a glass home, a Guardian Glass home, the easier you might find it to live in. 

  • Windows

    Selecting the right glass for windows in your home is important. It’s not just about how your windows look – it’s also about how they perform in terms of solar control, security, sound reduction, thermal insulation and privacy.

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  • Doors

    External doors are one of home’s fundamental requirements, they are the first impression of home, and for an inviting experience, many homeowners choose glass. Exterior and interior doors made of glass add light to homes, but they can also be a source of energy waste.

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  • Conservatories and orangeries

    Conservatories and orangeries should be a place to enjoy throughout the year, not just during the warmer months. Conservatories and orangeries are an extension of a home, adding value and increasing the available space, while offering an alternative place to rest and relax, dine with friends or just enjoy the views of the garden.

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