Decorative Glazing Experts With Over Twenty Years Experience
Decorative Glazing & Glass
North West Decorative Glazing & Glass From Fastglaze.
Fastglaze incorporate traditional contemporary and modern glazing designs using today’s technology, materials and quality craftsmanship.
- Sandblasted & Etched Glass Designs.
- Leaded Lights Glass Design & Replacements
- Patterned Glass & Replacement Glass
- Stained & Coloured Glass Designs
For most single glazed panes we offer on the spot replacement Glass & Repairs. Swift turnaround on decorative units and leaded glass replacements.
* Decorative Glazing Designs & Like For Like Replacement Glazing *
[three_fourth]Abrasive sandblasting is a common technique for creating patterns in glassware, creating a “frosted” look to the glass. High pressure air mixed with an abrasive material cuts away at the glass surface to create the effect. The longer the stream of air and abrasive material are focused in one spot, the deeper the cut will be. Sandblasting is often used for removing unwanted items that have stuck to the glass or as a decorative purpose on glazing.
Etched glass is created using a process called the Leptat acid process. Etched glass has served a unique purpose for hundreds of years, transmitting natural light as clear glass does, while providing a work of art that screens one area from another. Unlike the more typical frosted etch that is produced by an abrasive etching technique (Sandblasting), Leptat creates a deeply etched, crystalline surface of varied textures.
For all your Sandblasted & Etched glass requirements Fastglaze are happy to offer you our experience and assistance ensuring you find the best solutions for all the Sandblasted & Etched glazing you require. [/three_fourth] [one_fourth_last] [plus_list] [list_item]Sandblasted & Etched Glass Repairs[/list_item] [list_item]Sandblasted & Etched Glass Restoration[/list_item][list_item]Custom Sandblasted & Etched Glass[/list_item][list_item]Double Glazed Sandblasted & Etched Glass[/list_item][/plus_list][/one_fourth_last]
[three_fourth]Leaded lights or (Leadlights) are decorative windows made of small sections of glass supported in lead cames.
The term leaded light could be used to describe all windows in which the glass is supported by lead but traditionally a distinction is made between stained glass windows and leadlights, the former being associated with the ornate windows of churches and other such works of architecture and the latter with the windows of vernacular commercial and domestic architecture and defined by its simplicity.
Since the traditional technique of setting glass into lead cames is the same in both cases, in the late 20th century the divisions between “leaded light” and “stained glass” became blurred, and the terms are now often used interchangeably for any window employing this technique, while the term “stained glass” is often extended in application to any windows, sculpture, and objects d’art using coloured glass.
For all your Leaded light requirements Fastglaze are happy to offer you our experience and assistance ensuring you find the best solutions for all the leaded light glazing you require. [/three_fourth] [one_fourth_last] [plus_list] [list_item]Leaded light Repairs[/list_item] [list_item]Leaded light Restoration[/list_item][list_item]Custom made leaded lights[/list_item][list_item]Double Glazed Leaded lights[/list_item][/plus_list][/one_fourth_last]
[three_fourth]The term stained glass can refer to coloured glass as a material or to works made from it. Throughout its thousand-year history, the term has been applied almost exclusively to the windows of churches and other significant buildings. Although traditionally made in flat panels and used as windows, the creations of modern stained glass artists also include three-dimensional structures and sculpture.
Stained – Coloured Glass is coloured by adding metallic oxides while it is in a molten state.
For all your Stained – Coloured glass requirements Fastglaze are happy to offer you our experience and assistance ensuring you find the best solutions for all the Stained – Coloured glass & glazing you require. [/three_fourth] [one_fourth_last] [plus_list] [list_item]
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The gallery below offers an example of the decorative glazing / patterned glass styles that are readily available. If you can’t see a style that matches your requirements by name or image below, rest assured, Fastglaze can and will supply it.
Stippolyte glass. Warwick Glass. Chantilly Glass. Minster Glass. Autumn Glass. Taffeta Glass. Digital Glass. Oak Glass. Contora Glass. Florielle Glass. Everglade Glass. Charcoal-Sticks Glass. Pelerine Glass. Cotswold Glass.
- Available Glass Types
- Decorative Glazing Manchester
- Decorative Glazing Lancashire
- Decorative Glazing West Yorkshire
Float Glass. Body-Tinted Glass. Reflective Glass. Low-e Glass. Mirror. Insulating Glass. Enameled/Screen Printed Glass. Pattern Glass. Antique Mirror. Photovoltaic Glass. X-Ray Protection Glass. Electrically Heated Glass. Electrochromic Glass. Liquid Crystal Glazing. Self-Cleaning Glass. Sand-Blasted Glass. Acid-Etched Glass. Bent Glass. Tempered Glass. Laminated Glass. Fire-Resistant Glass. Wired Glass. Alarm Glass. Anti-Reflective Glass.
Fastglaze Decorative Glazing & Glazier Experts Working Within The Following Metropolitan Boroughs Of Greater Manchester:
Bury: Prestwich, Radcliffe, Ramsbottom, Tottington, Whitefield. Bolton: Blackrod, Farnworth, Horwich, Kearsley, Little Lever, South Turton, Westhoughton. Manchester: Blackley, Cheetham Hill, Chorlton-cum-Hardy, Didsbury, Fallowfield, Hulme, Moss Side, Newton Heath, Northenden, Ringway, Rusholme, Withington, Wythenshawe. Oldham: Chadderton, Shaw and Crompton, Failsworth, Lees, Royton, Saddleworth. Rochdale Heywood, Littleborough, Middleton, Milnrow, Newhey, Wardle. Salford & Swinton: Eccles, Walkden, Worsley, Salford, Irlam, Ordsall, Pendlebury, Cadishead. Stockport: Bramhall, Bredbury, Cheadle, Gatley, Hazel Grove, Heaton Chapel, Heaton Mersey, Heaton Moor, Heaton Norris, Marple, Marple Bridge, Mellor, Reddish, Romiley. Tameside & Ashton-under-Lyne: Audenshaw, Broadbottom, Denton, Droylsden, Dukinfield, Hattersley, Hollingworth, Hyde, Longdendale, Mossley, Mottram-in-Longdendale, Stalybridge. Trafford & Stretford: Altrincham, Bowdon, Hale, Old Trafford, Sale, Timperley, Urmston. Wigan: Abram, Ashton-in-Makerfield, Aspull, Astley, Atherton, Bryn, Golborne, Higher End, Hindley, Ince-in-Makerfield, Leigh, Orrell, Standish-with-Langtree, Shevington, Tyldesley, Winstanley.
Fastglaze Decorative Glazing & Glazier Experts Working Within The Following Metropolitan Boroughs Of Lancashire:
Blackburn with Darwen: Belmont, Chapeltown, Darwen, Edgworth, Hoddlesden, Tockholes. Blackpool: Bispham, Layton. Burnley: Padiham, Hapton, Harle Syke, Worsthorne, Cliviger. Chorley Adlington, Clayton-le-Woods, Coppull, Croston, Eccleston, Euxton, Whittle-le-Woods. Hyndburn & Accrington: Altham, Church, Clayton-le-Moors, Great Harwood, Oswaldtwistle, Rishton. Pendle & Nelson: Barnoldswick, Barrowford, Brierfield, Colne, Earby, Foulridge, Trawden. Rossendale & Rawtenstall: Bacup, Chatterton, Edenfield, Haslingden, Helmshore, Whitworth.
Fastglaze Decorative Glazing & Glazier Experts Working Within The Following Metropolitan Boroughs Of West Yorkshire:
Bradford: Addingham, Baildon, Bingley, Burley-in-Wharfedale, Cottingley, Crossflatts, Cullingworth, Denholme, East and West Morton, Eccleshill, Eldwick, Esholt, Gilstead, Harden, Haworth, Ilkley, Keighley, Menston, Oakworth, Oxenhope, Queensbury, Riddlesden, Saltaire, Sandy Lane, Shipley, Silsden, Stanbury, Steeton, Thornbury, Thornton, Tong, Undercliffe, Wilsden. Calderdale & Halifax: Bailiff Bridge, Boothtown, Brighouse, Copley, Cragg Vale, Elland, Greetland, Hebden Bridge, Heptonstall, Hipperholme, Holywell Green, Luddendenfoot, Mytholmroyd, Norwood Green, Rastrick, Ripponden, Shelf, Shibden, Sowerby Bridge, Todmorden. Kirklees & Huddersfield: Almondbury, Batley, Birkby, Birkenshaw, Birstall, Cleckheaton, Dalton, Denby Dale, Dewsbury, Emley, Golcar, Gomersal, Hartshead, Hartshead Moor, Heckmondwike, Holmfirth, Honley, Kirkburton, Kirkheaton, Linthwaite, Liversedge, Marsden, Meltham, Mirfield, New Mill, Norristhorpe, Roberttown, Scammonden, Shelley, Shepley, Skelmanthorpe, Slaithwaite, Thornhill.