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Replacement Glass

Replacement Glass

Have you noticed a build-up of condensation within your double glazed windows or are they visibly cloudy or misted over? The glass needs replaced not the frame.
Failed double glazing is seen as requiring new pvc windows, something that can wait. However, with rocketing energy prices and unpredictable weather in the UK, the simple and quick way is to help reduce heat loss throughout your home. We offer replacement glass in Broxburn, Livingston, Edinburgh, Kirkliston and the surrounding areas. Contact us for a free quote!

If you do have failed double glazing, you could be missing out on the benefits:

Heat Escaping
Reduces energy usage
Reduction in sound intrusion
Aesthetics of your home, as well as being more appealing to house buyers

Glazing Solutions

We provide glazing solutions to a wide range of businesses, and of all shapes and sizes.

A Wide Range

We supply housing associations all the way to property maintenance companies and property developers.

Cost Effective

Cut to Size glass replacement units are a great cost effective way to replace the glass in your window without having to buy a whole new window.

Reaching Customers Expectations

Whether it’s a single unit or if all of your glazed sealed units need replacing, Window and Doors Company has the solution. We manufacture replacement units in our state-of-the art production facility, so you won’t have the cost of replacing the whole window. We have many years’ experience in glass and window replacements and consistently meet trade customers’ expectations. In addition, we strive to meet and exceed the relevant regulations and health and safety requirements. This means that every job that you need to fulfil will be bolstered by both the factors of quality and security.


Glass barriers are used in buildings for a number of purposes and allow the maximum flow of light and view both inside and outside the structure. The four main areas that glass is used are:

  • External windows to prevent people falling out of a building
  • On balconies and terraces internally or externally
  • Around stairs and lifts
  • On walkways to control & guide the direction of pedestrian traffic

A British Standard BS6180:1999 is the code of practice for barriers buildings.  The standard gives design information and details on three typical designs that are commonly used.  Guidance is given on the heights and choice of materials and fixings.


Mirrors have a wide range of applications and can be used throughout the home and commercial areas. Although typically used in bathrooms mirrors are often used to bring more light into rooms to help create a sense of space.

Today, people are more creative with how they use mirrors. For example they are often used as kitchen splash-backs, partition walls as well as furniture and stylish wardrobes.

Below is a selection of our mirror range:

Pilkington MirrorView™ – ideal for concealing TV screens whilst giving the illusion of a mirror.

Pilkington Mirropane™ Chrome – helps prevent corrosion in areas of high humidity such as bathrooms and leisure areas.

Pilkington Optimirror™ – suitable for decorative mirrors.

Pilkington Optimirror™ Protect Plus – designed for commercial areas where additional safety is required such as gyms, public spaces and hotel lobbies.

Splash backs

Splash backs are not only a practical solution to protecting walls from unwanted marks and stains, but they can also bring light, style and colour to a room.

Our toughenable mirror is ideal for this application, but our texture glass products can also be used to create distinctive and stylish splash backs.

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