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Find a local glazier in Abingdon
There are plenty of good local glaziers in Abingdon who come well recommended by your neighbours.
We have two quick and easy ways to find a reliable local window glazier and glass repair near you:
Search for local glaziers in Abingdon and contact them yourself
Use our handy request a quote feature and we’ll find them for you – tell us what you need doing, we’ll reach out to recommended glaziers and glass repair companies in your area and they'll contact you directly.
What does a glazier do?
Put simply, the standard glazier meaning is a person whose trade is fitting glass into windows and doors, as well as other structures such as shop fronts and display cases.
You’ll commonly find that you’ll need a glazier if you need to repair damaged or broken windows in your home, or when installing or replacing double glazing.
Common jobs for a window glazier
Here are some of the common tasks that a window glazier will carry out:
Follow plans and adhere to design specifications in order to prepare glass that is the correct size, colour, type, and thickness
Remove any old, damaged or broken glass
Cut new glass to the specified size and shape for purpose
Make or install sashes or moldings as part of the glass installation process
Install or replace windows, mirrors, shower doors and bathtub enclosures
Fit new glass and make sure the sealing is watertight
Make decorative glass panels or double glazing units
Fit glass tabletops and display cases
Find the best local glaziers
If you’re keen to get started with your home improvement project and need glass repairing, replacing or installing, we can help you find the best local glaziers near you – including those who come highly recommended by your neighbours.
You can either use our quick and easy online search to find and contact local window glaziers in yourself. Or, alternatively, request a quote and we’ll do the legwork for you by reaching out to the best glazier businesses near you and we’ll get them to contact you directly.
How long does glass repair take?
The average time it takes to repair or replace one window in a property can range from 1-4 hours – mainly affected by the type and size of window. A small window can be repaired or replaced by a single window glazier, usually within a couple of hours, but a large window will take up to 4 hours and need multiple window glaziers or glass fitters to complete the job.
Factors affecting how long it takes to repair glass:
The time it takes to repair glass will depend on a number of factors, including:
Type of glass that needs repairing
Extent of the damage
Size of the area of glass that needs to be repaired
Any prep work of finishing treatments needed
Skills and experience of the glazier
Before hiring a glazier to repair your damaged glass, ask them how long they think the job will take. They should have a good idea of what the glass repair work will involve and how long it will take them to complete the job.
Car windscreen glass repair
If you find yourself with a damaged windscreen, you can expect most reputable glass repair companies or emergency glaziers to be able to repair (or even replace) your windscreen in around 30-60 minutes.
Need help with glass repair?
Whether you need an emergency glazier to repair a smashed window in your home, or you’re looking for glass repair to fix your scratched car windscreen, it’s always good to get advice from local glaziers before you get started.
Find the best local glaziers and glass repair specialists near you with our quick and easy online search. Or request a quote and we’ll reach out to multiple local tradespeople for you and they’ll get in touch with you directly.
Can you repair glass at home?
There are a lot of different types of glass in your home, from windows and doors to tabletops, shower screens and picture frames. There are also a number of ways that glass can get damaged, from a chip or scratch right through to being completely shattered.
Very often glass can be repaired, if it’s not a completely shattered pane of glass or other extreme damage. That said, glass repair isn’t a job that we’d recommend as a DIY job, if you want the glass to be sturdy in the future.
DIY glass repair
There are certain types of broken glass that can be repaired at home, using an adhesive and epoxy – but it’s important to choose the right products and to take a lot of care when handling broken glass. Nobody wants a slashed finger when you’re trying to repair glass.
If your broken glass is more than just a chip or doesn’t have a clean break then we’d always recommend hiring a professional glazier to repair the glass for you. Fixing broken glass can be dangerous as you’re dealing with glass shards and very often there are tiny fragments of glass that are almost impossible to see.
Want to speak to glass repair experts in Abingdon?
Sometimes it helps to have a quick chat with local glass repair companies to understand what options are available in your area and how much they’ll cost.
If you’re ready to reach out to local glaziers, you’re in the right place. We can help you find the best tradespeople in your area with our quick and easy online search – or request a quote and we’ll get multiple local glaziers and glass repair companies to contact you directly.
How much does it cost to replace a pane of glass in the UK?
The cost of replacing a single pane of glass will depend on the type of glass being replace and the size of the pane.
How much does a glazier cost?
The average cost for replacing glass in a single pane of double glazing is around £110 - £120. If you have damaged or broken leaded windows, check out our guide to leaded window repair costs.
Repairing blown windows
If you have blown windows that need repairing, here are some of the prices for repairing blown windows based on a single pane of glass for double glazing:
200mm x 400mm – £55
500mm x 700mm – £74
800mm x 1000mm – £117
900mm x 1200mm – £145
For any glass repair work, it’s important to speak to a local glazier or reputable glass repair company to discuss the details of the damage and the option for repairing the glass.
Quotes for glass door repair costs and other glazier work
To get accurate costs for repairing windows, doors and other glass in your area, we always recommend getting at least three quotes from local tradespeople near you. By shopping around you can make sure you're paying a fair and competitive price for the work.
Thankfully, our request a quote tool makes getting multiple quotes super easy. Simply post details about the glass repair work that you need help with and we’ll send it out to the best local glass repair companies in your area, who will contact you directly. Try it out – it's quick and easy!
How much does it cost to reglaze a window?
When you have double glazed windows in your home, after a certain amount of time you may find that you need to repair some or all of the windows. Here are some of the average costs to reglaze a window in the UK:
Small window – £100 - £200
Standard window – £200 - £325
Large window – £350 - £850
Double glazing costs
If you’re installing brand new double glazing in your home, here are some of the average prices you can expect to pay:
8 windows + 2 uPVC doors – £4,000 - £5,000
15 windows + 2 uPVC doors – £6,000 - £7,000
20 windows + 2 uPVC doors – £7,000 - £8,000
To find out more about prices, read our guide to double glazing costs.
Want to find out more about local glazing services?
When planning a project that requires glazing work, it’s important to speak to local glazing specialists to understand what’s involved and how much it will cost. Experienced glaziers and glazing companies will be able to advise on the options available and what the best options for you could be.
Keen to get started? Search for the best local glazing companies in Abingdon and get in touch with them yourself. Alternatively, you can get multiple quotes from local glaziers by using our request a quote feature – simply post details of what you need and we’ll get reliable local tradespeople to contact you directly.