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Need a Glazier in Fairfield? Be Sure To Choose a Professional!

Complete Glass offers quality glass repair, replacements and installation services!

If you’re needing professional glaziers in Fairfield, then call Complete Glass today!

It’s an unfortunate truth, but every once in a while, you will hire a glazing company who is not all they are cracked up to be. Due to the lack of experience, a lack of ethics, or both, they might provide poor services or glass repair solutions, leading to a whole slew of potential concerns and unfortunate outcomes for you and your home. The simple solution is to find a reputable professional, and Complete Glass, trusted and dedicated glazing experts in Fairfield, want you to know how to tell the difference between a professional and an amateur.

First and foremost, you want to make sure that whoever you’re hiring has the correct credentials. This means that they will be knowledgeable about the work, have the proper paperwork to validate their claims of skill and experience, and will be certified in the manner of an appropriate professional. Our talented glaziers are all highly trained experts, dedicated to the craft, and able to assist in all kinds of home projects, whether that be window installations, repairs, or replacements.

A quality glazier company will be professional. They arrive on time, are courteous, genuine, and above all else customer focused. You can get a sense of the kind of company you’re dealing with, and when you come to us, you’ll have uniquely qualified professionals who are precise, dedicated, hardworking, and friendly.

The benefits you gain when working with professionals? In addition to the above, you gain the peace of mind in knowing that your home projects, be it big or small, will be handled with care and completed with accuracy. A great glazier company will keep open lines of communication with you, and hopefully form a lasting relationship that you can trust for years to come. That’s our goal at Complete Glass, so if you are in need of a glazier in Fairfield, be sure to get in contact with us today!

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About Complete Glass – 

Complete Glass has been delivering premium glazing solutions to Sydney for over 10+ years! Starting out in Western Sydney, we quickly grew and begun servicing the inner West and then central Sydney. Our commitment to quality finishes, professional craftsmanship and friendly service has seen our business grow rapidly in the past five years. We would love to hear from you and help with any glazing project you may have in mind. Please do not hesitate to get in touch with us via 1800 916 744 or alternatively you can email us via our contact form >

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How To Find The Quickest Glass Repairs In Sydney!

Complete Glass has 24/7 service to resolve any glass issue in Sydney!

Sometimes, glass issues can’t wait. Perhaps a storm hit last night and now there’s a massive crack in your window Or maybe your glass door has been around for too long and starting to show the number of times it’s been slammed shut.

In both of these situations (and many others), you don’t have the luxury or time to wait a few hours for a glazier to come and solve the problem. On the contrary, you need the issue fixed right now, and at Complete Glass, that’s precisely what we will do.

Indeed, if you are looking for the quickest and most reliable glazier in Sydney, look no further than Complete Glass. Our talented team of glazier experts not only have the tools and experience necessary to fix your glass problem quickly, but we also maintain a flexible schedule that means we can get to you quicker than anyone else!

The bottom line is, too many glaziers in Sydney (and everywhere else, for that matter) are not sympathetic to the time sensitive nature of their customers’ glass problems. Since our inception 10 years ago, Complete Glass has never been that kind of company, and we never will be. Our business is all about helping people, and if helping you means jumping through hoops to get to your workplace in a flash, we’ll do everything in our power to make it happen.

 

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About Complete Glass – 

Complete Glass has been delivering premium glazing solutions to Sydney for over 10+ years! Starting out in Western Sydney, we quickly grew and begun servicing the inner West and then central Sydney. Our commitment to quality finishes, professional craftsmanship and friendly service has seen our business grow rapidly in the past five years. We would love to hear from you and help with any glazing project you may have in mind. Please do not hesitate to get in touch with us via 1800 916 744 or alternatively you can email us via our contact form >

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Should You Replace All Your Windows At Once In Sydney?

When considering window replacements, we’ve noticed many people asking if they should replace all their windows in the one big job, or if they should be replaced individually.

Do you have a similar question? Then you’ve come to the right place, and hopefully after this read you’ll have all the necessary information to make a more informed decision.

Like any costly project, there’s many things to consider, so if you’re planning window installation or replacements in Sydney, it’s time to think efficiently.

From what we’ve seen, the majority of people prefer replacing their home windows separately due to economic and financial reasons, but is that really the smartest choice? Probably the most important thing to keep in mind is choosing the most efficient and trustworthy window company in Sydney, selecting one known for providing quality services, like Complete Glass Projects.

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Why Shouldn’t You Replace One Window At A Time?

As we mentioned earlier, many Sydney homeowners like to replace one or a few windows at a time to save money. These people also like to replace windows that only serve the most purpose in their life, forgetting about the more hidden ones. For example, people wanting more light in their home would typically only consider replacing windows in the areas they use most, like their kitchen or living room.

The main disadvantage to partial replacement projects is that it actually may end up costing more in the long term. Say someone had ten windows in their Sydney home and only replaced seven of them, it will most likely cost more to replace the remaining few in the future then what it would’ve if done all in the same job.

Another key downside is the differences in look! The new windows often look completely different to your older ones, featuring different colours and materials, which can alter the overall look and curb appeal of your house.

Finally, you should always keep in mind how time-consuming window replacement can be, so if you have a busy lifestyle with a bunch of young ones, it’s much more time efficient to replace all windows at once.

Signs You Need Window Replacement

If you’re still on the fence and would rather partial window installation, then it’s important to pay attention to the signs that your window needs replacement.

Here are some:

  • Leaks – The first factor you need to consider is water leakage. If you have several windows in your Sydney home, then you should replace those first with leakage issues. However, some minor leakages can actually be fixed easily, but if the leakage cannot be repaired, then it’s time to take quick action!
  • Broken Glass – This is also an important sign that points to window replacement. Broken glasses hamper the look of your house, and by not replacing them, you are only making your home less secure and unsafe.

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About Complete Glass – 

Complete Glass has been delivering premium glazing solutions to Sydney for over 10+ years! Starting out in Western Sydney, we quickly grew and begun servicing the inner West and then central Sydney. Our commitment to quality finishes, professional craftsmanship and friendly service has seen our business grow rapidly in the past five years. We would love to hear from you and help with any glazing project you may have in mind. Please do not hesitate to get in touch with us via 1800 916 744 or alternatively you can email us via our contact form >

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Types of Window Glass: What’s Best for Your Home?

Complete Glass are Sydney’s expert Glaziers. We’ve been servicing Sydney for over 10+ years with fast, efficient, and affordable glassing solutions.

If you’re interested in new glass windows for your home or replacing your existing glass windows, you naturally want to do your research and make sure you’re picking the right kind.

While you don’t need to be an expert, it is helpful to understand common terminology and the various types that are available. So without further ado below is a detailed list on the various types of window glass, so you can choose what’s best for your home or project.

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. This is low-cost, colourless glass as the starting point for what will become quality windows, glass doors and panels.

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 usually worth it to anyone who wants more natural light indoors.

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.

Tinted Glass – Tinted glass is any kind of glass which has coloring 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 usually see tinted glass on vehicles, skylights and decorative panels, but you can also use it for external windows to bump up your privacy factor a little bit.

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.

If the glass is 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 out in case of an emergency.

Insulated Glass – Insulated glass windows come in a unit that is optimized 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 a great choice for exterior glass that’ll help you keep your heating and cooling costs down. Not all insulated glass units are created equally, so be sure to compare your options for the best energy efficiency ratings.

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.

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.

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.

Wired Glass – Wire glass isn’t necessarily considered a security glass, but it’s a fire-resistant glass. That’s why it’s most commonly 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.

Heat Strengthened 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.

About Complete Glass – 

Complete Glass has been delivering premium glazing solutions to Sydney for over 10+ years! Starting out in Western Sydney, we quickly grew and begun servicing the inner West and then central Sydney. Our commitment to quality finishes, professional craftsmanship and friendly service has seen our business grow rapidly in the past five years. We would love to hear from you and help with any glazing project you may have in mind. Please do not hesitate to get in touch with us via 1300 147 247 or alternatively you can email us via our contact form >