Doors - Pilkington

The use of glass in both external and internal doors can provide added light to your home without sacrificing safety, security or privacy. They also offer the possibility of a wide range of decorative effects. External doors such as patio doors and French doors can also benefit from self-cleaning glass. Product categories relevant for doors


Balustrades Windows Glass Doors The entrance to a building is an opportunity to make a statement about the building or the client. With glass the entrance can be open and inviting but at the same time glass can be used to control access, provide impact resistance including security, and be an element in the energy strategy of the building.

Doors - Pilkington

Specialist companies can provide revolving doors and patch fittings to create an expanse of glass with the minimum of architectural hardware. It is essential that impact resistant glass is used in and around doors to comply with the requirements of document N, both in terms of providing personal safety from broken glass but also reducing risk from bumping into glass panels that could be mistaken for open areas or doors.


Balustrades Conservatories Doors Façade Roof Glazing Windows Façade The curtain wall method of glazing allows glass to be used in large uninterrupted areas creating consistent attractive facades.


Balconies/ Balustrades; Bathrooms; Conservatories; Doors; Façade; Glass Floors; Glass Furniture; Internal Partition; Kitchens; Mirrors; Rooflights; Solar Panels; Stairs; Windows; Replacement Conservatory Roofs; Replacement Glazing; Appearance NSG Group offers an incredible choice of products to add style to your home. For privacy or to allow ...


Glass, due to its water resistance and visual appearance, is a perfect material for use in bathrooms. From glass splashbacks on the walls, through glass shelves and shower enclosures, to glass fittings and accessories - glass in the bathroom appears everywhere and has been popular for years. Furniture manufacturers often use glass to fill the fronts of bathroom cabinets and interior designers eagerly use glass as a lining of walls.

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