Improving our showroom by replacing new architectural glass
The IQ Glass Showroom in Amersham is the first-choice location for anyone looking to include architectural glazing on their projects. Therefore, it is important that we keep the space up to date with the latest glass technologies and products, enabling us to provide our clients with the opportunity to view new advances in glazing all in one location.
In the Amersham showroom, we are always looking for ways to improve our showroom and make things better for our customers. Which is why in March 2018, we changed the glass specification of the minimal windows® sliding doors, as well as one section of glass in the glass extension to the office – replacing it with a brand new glass pane.
Take a look at the behind the scenes footage of how architectural glazing is installed, and the number of men it takes to do it properly. This video will give you some insight into what you can expect from our teams when they come out to install your glazing.
Our hardworking team commenced the work at 7 am (despite the wind and rainy British weather). They continued late into the evening successfully completing the work to the highest standards.
The minimal windows® glass box in the showroom is available for clients to come and visit, to give an idea of what to expect with a minimal windows® sliding door. We have been showcasing the glass extension and minimal windows® box to our clients over the past few months and have been receiving a lot of positive feedback.
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