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Glaziers install and repair glass in a wide array of places like windows, skylights, in storefront displays and on skyscrapers. When choosing from among the many glaziers, it is important that you contract with a skilled and experienced glazier like the ones in our extensive network. The reputable glazier services in our database are licensed, bonded and insured, and they have been pre-screened for dependability and quality of work.
It is sometimes necessary to locate glaziers who provide round-the-clock services to replace broken or shattered window glass. Whether due to inclement weather or vandalism, broken windows in homes or businesses must be replaced as soon as possible for security reasons. It is important to contract with experienced glaziers who will ensure that all seams are properly sealed to prevent rain or wind from seeping into your home or business. The glazier services in our network are available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week including holidays, and can quickly address any emergency job. They can even bill your insurance company for the glass replacement job if the accident is a covered loss.
Glazing prices can vary widely depending on a number of factors. For example, replacing glass in skyscrapers requires using glaziers who have special skill sets and more insurance coverage. This typically causes the price of the job to be higher than glass installation at ground level. An emergency job at night, on the weekend or during a holiday usually comes with an extra fee, and specialty installations such as odd sized or shaped glass or stained glass in churches can cost more as well. The location of the installation and local labour costs will impact the final price of the job too.
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A glazier is the proper name for someone who works installing, cutting, replacing and removing glass in commercial and residential applications. It takes 4 years of school and on the job training for an apprentice glazier to complete his apprenticeship.
That depends on the jobs that the glazier is tasked to do. Residential and commercial installations are fairly safe and straightforward, where industrial high rise installations could be potentially very dangerous. It's always recommended to hire a professional rather than attempting any glass work yourself.
The Glass and Glazing Federation is the trade body that licensed glaziers in the UK should belong to. The website hosts a list of all licensed glaziers, making it easier to find a professional to handle glass installation.
Glaziers and glass installers do not need to complete any formal education before beginning their career, though most employers prefer some sort of on the job experience. Many are able to get that experience through apprenticeship programmes.
Glaziers may make mouldings or sashes, and provide weather stripping around windows once they have been installed. They may also cut glass for other applications such as making mirrors.
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