Here at Kings Glazing, we have over 34 years of experience and knowledge in supplying and fitting restoration glass to timber-framed windows.
In period properties like Edwardian, Georgian and Victorian, there is a slight ripple in the glass. This is caused during the glass manufacturing process, which is called drawn or mouth-blown. If today’s modern glass, called float glass, is installed next to or within period glass, it dramatically takes away the aesthetics of a period property.
Characteristics of this glass include; slight wave or ripple, occasional bubbles and subtle surface imperfections to make the glass historically accurate/authentic of 17th-20th century periods. By choosing to use restoration glass, it will harmoniously match and enhance the overall image of your property/building.
With 34 years of experience and knowledge in supplying and fitting restoration glass to timber framed windows . If you have a Georgian Victorian or Edwardia house you will know by looking at the windows there is a slight ripple in the glass this is caused within the glass process which is called drawn or mouth blown Today’s modern glass is called float glass this is perfectly flat and when installing next to drawn glass will showing up dramatically taking away the enhanced looked of a period property.