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Sydney glaziers

Complete Glass are the expert commercial and residential glaziers in Sydney. Whether it’s emergency glass repairs or large glass installations, we can happily assist.

Quality glass

Great design

For decades, Complete Glass has been providing Sydney residents, business owners, shop owners, and more with top-quality window glass repair, replacement, and installation services on select brands of quality glass & aluminium products.

Commercial glazier

Complete Glass proudly works with business owners, decorators, architects and building contractors to give you the most appropriate glass for your Sydney business. Complete Glass is currently involved with a number of strata companies, schools, nursing homes and construction companies across Sydney.

We offer a diverse range of professional, and personalised glazing solutions to our commercial partners including shopfront glass, glass roofs, aluminium doors and windows, and more!

Sydney glass repair

Complete Glass is a premium provider of quality glass windows, doors, and much more. Our incredible Sydney team offers installation services for both residential and commercial properties.

We stock a wide range of glass to ensure replacements are carried out as quickly and efficiently as possible. We cater to each of our client’s individual needs, including orders for laminated glass, toughened glass, and ordinary float glass.


Within the hour

24/7 emergency glass repairs

Complete Glass is there to combat your glass issues any time, anywhere in the Sydney metropolitan area within 1 hour (conditions apply). With decades of experience in providing emergency glass services, don’t hesitate to call for efficient, professional and reliable service for replacement glass from breakages or break-ins, and if glass replacement is unable to proceed at that time, make the property safe and secure. We arrange direct billing to insurance companies and, when possible, a portion of the excess can even be reimbursed.

For decades, Complete Glass has been providing Sydney residents, business owners, shop owners, and more with top-quality window glass repair, replacement, and installation services on select brands of quality glass & aluminium products. We mend broken glass windows of all sizes, and our window and door installation services are regarded as the highest quality throughout the glass industry.

Broken glass windows and doors are a nightmare and seem to happen at the most inconvenient times. Therefore, at Complete Glass we are here to ensure that our emergency glass replacement service is there to help when you need it most. That is why we are here to provide you with emergency glass replacement.

  • Quality: Complete Glass prides ourselves in upholding a high standard of workmanship – rest assured that our team will work to the best of their ability to ensure this.
  • Trust: We’re all about getting the job done promptly and efficiently. If you’re in need of getting your glass fixed, give us a call now.
  • Fast Service: We understand that emergencies happen, and can happen at any time, so our team is available 24/7 to receive your call.

Glaziers are highly qualified specialists that can be trusted with all your business glazing requirements. Glaziers measure, cut, finish, fit, and install flat glass and mirrors. Call us today to take advantage of our expertise and friendly glaziers, and don’t leave your glazing services to just anyone. Trust the experts to get it done right the first time. Call us today to discuss your commercial glazing project.

Complete Glass service area


Complete Glass offers our services throughout Sydney, whether it be in the lively city or the smaller suburbs, we’ll be there to resolve any glass issue or undertake any project you may have in Sydney.

Northern Beaches

Complete Glass offers our services throughout the beautiful Northern Beaches, whether it be in the lively city or the smaller suburbs, we’ll be there to resolve any glass issue or undertake any project you may have in the Northern Beaches.

Sutherland Shire

The Sutherland Shire is also a common area where Complete Glass undertakes all kinds of projects. Whether it be near the beaches of Cronulla or the more quiet suburbs, we’ll be there to resolve any glass issue or undertake any project you may have in the Sutherland Shire.

Western Sydney

Complete Glass also offers our services throughout Western Sydney, no matter where you may live in this large area of Sydney, we’ll be there to resolve any glass issue or undertake any project you may have in Western Sydney.

The types of glazing and what is best

With an overwhelming range of glazing types on the market in Sydney, we know how confusing it can be to know which is right for your project. Glazing comes in various thicknesses, energy performance enhancements, colour tints and decorative films, so we’re here to find you the appropriate solution for your project.

What glass is best for thermal protection?

As windows do no have a great thermal performance in comparison to solid walls, most glass manufacturers are working towards technological advancements to make windows more sustainable and energy efficient.

Reflective Glass – This is glass that has been treated with a metallic coating to help reflect heat and radiation rather than absorbing it. Reflective glass reduces heat gain and visible light transmission. There are two methods that are used to do so, colour tints and reflective films.

Low-Emissivity (Low-E) Glass – This is glass that has a special invisible coating to reflect and block out heat, all while minimising UV rays from passing through the glass.

Reflective films – This involves a reflected film that is applied to one side of the glass to decrease solar gain. This in turn reflects more light and often has a mirror effect.

Colour tinted glass – This is glass with small colour additions such as bronze, green, blue or grey. It can help to regulate solar heat gain by absorbing the heat. The colour is homogenous throughout the expense of glass and will not affect the basic properties of the glass itself except for solar energy transmission.

Safety glazing options for window walls

When designing a Sydney window wall system you must also consider its safety. As we know, glass is sharp when it is broken, therefore there are ways to minimise hazards associated with glass breakage, using tempered and laminated glass options.

Laminated Glass – This safety glass holds itself together when it is broken or shattered. It has a special interlayer that sticks between the glass layers.

Tempered Glass – This is a type of safety glass that is stronger both physically and thermally to normal glass. When this type of glass is broken it shatters into granular pieces instead of splintering into jagged shards of glass. The tempering process makes the outer surfaces into compression and the inner surfaces but tension. These granular pieces are far less likely to cause injury.

Decorative & other types of unique glass

In addition to temperature regulating and safety options for window glazing, there are also a variety of decorative Sydney window options for privacy and other features. These are not standard or traditional window wall systems so you may need to request and enquire.

Electrochromic Privacy Glass – This glass can turn opaque or translucent with the flick of a switch (electrodes are installed to the inside of the glass and when an electric current runs through it, the ions react and move to reflect light). It is most commonly used for privacy reasons.

Translucent Glass – This is achieved with sandblasting, acid etching or applying a specific film to make the glass less transparent for privacy or decorative reasons.

Bird-Friendly Glass – This glass is patterned with a UV reflective coating. It is visible to birds but not to the human eye therefore it remains translucent to us.

Self-Cleaning Glass – This is glass that has a chemical coating that reacts with the daylight to minimise and break down organic dirt. It cleans itself via both daylight and rain.

The types of window glass and what is best for your home

While being an expert in glass isn’t necessary, it can be very helpful to understand common terminology and the different kinds of glass that are available in Sydney. Below is a comprehensive list of the many window glass types, so you can appropriately choose what’s best for your home or project in Sydney.

Tempered Glass

Tempered glass is annealed glass – only with quadrupled strength. Tempered glass can’t be cut, so the tempering process takes place only after the annealed glass is cut and finished in the desired size. The glass is heated to above 1200 degrees and then quickly cooled. To make heat-soaked tempered glass, the panes are baked at 550 degrees. The tricky thing is that if the glass happens to be unstable, it’ll break. This method tests the glass before it’s used in any real-life applications. You probably have tempered safety glass in your car, so that you can break them in emergency situations.

Wired Glass

Wire glass isn’t necessarily considered a security glass, but it’s a fire-resistant glass. It’s for this reason that it’s primarily used in schools, hospitals, and other commercial buildings. The grid of wires built into the panes will actually hold the glass in the frame if it shatters under high heat – such as a building fire. It can also withstand a blast from a firefighter’s hose without blowing shards out everywhere. While wired glass works great for many commercial applications, you don’t often see it used in residential home design.

Safety Laminated Glass

Laminated glass is an extra-strong, security-enhanced glass created by fusing at least two panes around an inner layer of PVB (polyvinyl butyral). This process uses a high heat and pressure fusion process to create a super-strong panel. If you need glass to stay put in the frame if it’s broken, for safety or security reasons, this would be one of your best choices. After all, it’s laminated glass technology that you’ll find in your vehicle’s windshield: ensuring that an object colliding with the glass does not strike the occupant and spray glass shards inside.

Obscured Glass

Obscured glass is any type of glass which allows light to come in, but can’t be clearly seen through. Obscured glass patterns may be frosted, etched, coated or otherwise designed so that you can’t look through it and see more than vague shadows of what’s behind. That’s why this is the most popular type of glass for bathroom windows, shower doors and entry door areas. While there’s some debate on whether it truly affords enough privacy for bathrooms and showers or not, obscured glass is typically sought after by people who want more natural light in their home.

Float Glass

Float glass is named for the process of forming molten glass into large, flat panels. During the process, molten glass is floated on molten tin, producing the smoothest possible large, thin glass panel. This is a basic sheet of glass before it is cut, treated, upgraded and set into a frame – a starting material for your window. Float glass is low-cost, colourless glass as the starting point for what will become quality windows, glass doors and panels.

Annealed Glass

Annealing is the slow, meticulous and controlled process of cooling a panel of float glass. The purpose of this process is to strengthen the glass by reducing the stress caused to it by quick cooling. This is usually the next step for float glass, and now further upgrades can be done. Annealed glass is not the ideal choice for windows, as it’ll leave shards and large, sharp pieces if it is broken.

Mirrored Glass

To create mirrored glass, a panel is given a metal coating on one side. This coating is sealed with an extra protective sealant, creating a mirror effect. You usually find mirrored glass being used in a decorative capacity, such as on walls, furniture and doors. Mirrored glass is pretty, but it’s not usually used for exterior windows.

Tinted Glass

Tinted glass is any kind of glass which has colouring added. This can be done for several reasons, including design aesthetic, privacy and reducing heat from sunlight. Tinted glass can also be a form of protection against harmful UV rays. You typically see tinted glass on vehicles, skylights and decorative panels, but you can also use it for external windows to improve your privacy.

Insulated Glass

Insulated glass windows come in a unit that is optimised for energy efficiency. They may be two or three panes of glass, with argon in the spaces between the panes. The glass panes in an insulated unit are typically laminated or tempered security glass. An insulated glass window unit also has a desiccant component, ensuring that condensation won’t form in between the panes where you can’t wipe it off. Insulated glass windows are an amazing choice for exterior glass that’ll help you reduce your heating and cooling costs. Not all insulated glass units are created equally, so compare your options for the best energy efficiency ratings.

Low-E Glass

Low emissivity glass is specially coated to reflect thermal radiation. The low-e coating keeps out infrared rays, while light still filters through. Why is this so beneficial for homes? During the summer, heat is directed away from your house, and in the winter, your indoor heat is reflected back in the house and won’t escape through the windows.

Heat Strengthed Glass

To make annealed glass panels twice as tough, it’s reheated above 1200 and then cooled. It’s not cooled quite as quickly as tempered glass, so it’s not as strong. Heat strengthened glass is tougher than lower grades of glass, but it can still shatter and break into sharp pieces. It’s not often used for exterior windows until it has also been laminated. This translates to lower heating and cooling costs. Low-e glass can be a pricey investment, but the savings in the long run can make it worth it. Some types of low-e coatings cause tinting, so be sure to check out some samples in person to make sure you’re okay with how the glass will look installed in your home.


Trusted glaziers

Discover why our satisfied customers trust Complete Glass for all their glazing needs.

Heather Rollo

“We used Campbell and his company Complete Glass to replace all our windows in our apartment in Wollstonecraft. His professional service is first class. He recommended the right product of glass which has proved to be brilliant for our apartment. Complete Glass are competitive in their pricing and reliable in their service. 5 stars for Complete Glass.”

Omar Rutherford

"The point of difference with Complete Glass is that they are super organised. What struck me in the first two or three weeks was the level of communication that he had, and the knowledge that he had about the jobs. It wasn’t just another job to get a subcontractor to do, it was all about the result at the end and ensuring the client was really happy, as well as making sure the glazing did the windows justice."

John Ellis

"With Campbell, the line of communication was really easy, he responded to every question that we had, and he was able to come to us with solutions for what we had to do.

This is the first time we have worked with Campbell and it has been a great experience. We look forward to working with him again in the future - consider him a part of the team now."

Katrina Long

"Our business wouldn't be the same without Complete Glass's reliable and top-notch services. Thank you!"

Olivia Diaz

"I recently had a glass door installed by Complete Glass and I couldn't be happier with the results. The team was incredibly efficient and professional throughout the entire project. I was impressed by their attention to detail and commitment to ensuring the final product exceeded my expectations. I would highly recommend Complete Glass to anyone looking for top-notch glass installation services."

Ava Davis

"I recently used Complete Glass for the installation of a new shower enclosure and I couldn't be more pleased with the outcome. The team was professional, knowledgeable and completed the job efficiently. The quality of the materials used was top-notch and has transformed my bathroom into a luxurious spa-like experience. I would highly recommend Complete Glass to anyone looking for reliable and quality glass installation services."

Brian Sutton

“I just wanted to shout out Complete Glass for their amazing work installing new windows in my home. These guys were on-time, super friendly, and real pros when it came to the job. They really listened to what I wanted and made sure to deliver even better than I could have imagined. The end result is just fantastic - my home is now brighter, more stylish, and way more energy-efficient. If you're looking for top-notch glass installation, these are the folks to call - hands down!"

Mia Anderson

"I recently had the pleasure of working with the talented team at Complete Glass for the installation of custom windows in my home. I must say, they were a pleasure to work with from start to finish. I highly recommend Complete Glass for anyone seeking top-notch glass installation services."

Discover the solutions you're looking for with our insightful FAQs. Find answers to all your questions about our services.

Are your windows environmentally friendly?

Yes, our windows won’t have an impact on the environment once fitted. They are also 100% recyclable.

I've just broken a window, what should I do?

Don’t panic, keep everyone away from the window and areas where the glass may have fallen. We’re available 24/7 if this occurs. Reach out to one of our team members at 1300 147 247.

How much will it cost?

Always one of the first questions we get asked. Depending on your request the pricing structure will change. We offer fast quotes and if you wish, you can request a quote here.

What areas do you service?

We offer our services throughout Sydney, whether it be in the city or a smaller quiet suburb.

Can glass scratches be removed?

It is possible, however we offer very competitive pricing and it may be cheaper to replace it entirely.

Are your glazing contractors qualified?

Yes. Our team are qualified and licensed. To request information on the registered names, please contact us.

Have another question?

If you have a different question that you’d like answered, or just want to get in touch about our capabilities, give our friendly team a call on 1300 147 247.

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