Frequently Asked Questions

users_commentsWhat should I consider when looking for glass flooring?
What is your main reason for implementing a glass floor panel? Consider light and privacy. If you wish to have maximum amount of light passing through, then you may wish to use a clear glass. But this would not be suitable for external applications as it would be a slip hazard. If you would like optimum privacy, then a fully sandblasted panel may be your best option. You could always opt for a combination of the two by having a sandblasted design such as grip strips, or blocks instead.

What sizes are available?
Each floor panel we supply is completely bespoke, so will be manufactured to your specifications. However due to size and weight, we may have to produce the panels in more than one piece if the area is too large to be in one.

Can you make shaped panels?
Yes. We can produce custom shaped panels and many projects require this. When our glaziers complete the site survey they will make templates. Alternatively if you require a supply only service, then we would need hardwood templates to be provided.

What is the overall glass thickness?
Thickness and make-up varies by project. Once we review your project we can suggest a make-up for you.

Do you provide the frames?
Yes, in almost all cases we can provide a pre-fabricated mild steel frame to suit your floor panel. This can be stainless steel, spray painted or powder coated to a RAL colour of your choice. We will also supply a protective rubber with all of our frames.

How is your glass flooring installed?
This can vary depending on the project, but most installations will involve fixing the mild steel frame into the existing surrounding structure, then the glass is siliconed directly to the frame. If you require the glass to remain removable for access etc, then we would not silicone seal the glass.

How do I get a quote for glass flooring?
You can call the office or e-mail us and we will require the following information: the approx. dimensions of the overall area to be covered?, the postcode of the property, is it internal or external?, do you require sandblasting? do you require a mild steel frame?, do you require supply & delivery only or a survey, supply & fit service? Once we have these details, we will be able to send you a detailed quote.

What are your lead times?
Answer: Usual lead times on standard glass floor panels are 10 – 15 working days from completed survey & cleared deposit funds.


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