We provide excellent services in your area including:
24/7 emergency glazing
Misted double glazed units
Door and mirror installation
We at Glaziers Soho provide a comprehensive and affordable glazing and glass repair services in your area that improves and restores safety to domestic and commercial properties.
Our glaziers offer a 24 hour, 365 days a year glazing and boarding up and making safe service securing doors and windows to both domestic and commercial premises.
We offer 24 hour emergency boarding up service to secure your premises in and around your area, whether broken into or vandalised, commercial or a domestic property, we've got it covered.
We replace, repair and install glass units in uPVC, wooden and aluminium frames throughout Soho, W1 area.
If you want a refreshingly unpressured and knowledgeable approach to repairing uPVC windows, doors and conservatories in Soho, W1 call Us today.
New windows can be very expensive, so naturally when your windows become worn or damaged the most cost-effective solution is to have them repaired.
At Glaziers Soho we have been doing Sash Window Repairs, as well as sash window refurbishments and draught proofing in Soho, W1 area for the past 15 years.
We respond quickly to all types of jobs, day and night!
We never charge for call outs, and the price we quote is the price you pay.
Get your free no-obligation quote over the phone. Call us today!
We work with your local Police units to make sure all emergency glazing work is completed.
All our tradesman are highly qualified and experienced in all methods of glazing.
All work completed by our glaziers is approved by insurers.
Here at Glaziers Soho, we specialise in a variety of high-quality, single, double and triple-glazed doors in the Soho, W1 and the surrounding area of London. Whether it’s a door for a brand new conservatory, a beautiful selection of doors for an orangery to impress your customers, or those Bi-Folds you just had to have for your kitchen renovation, we can offer best-in-class craftsmanship and advice.
All our doors are created to the highest specs and boast workmanship which is guaranteed for the minimum of 10 years. We pride ourselves on using sturdy, durable and long-lasting materials including wood, aluminium, uPVC, and also offer a range of energy-efficient, environmentally-friendly composite doors.
Serving our customer base since 2008, all of our staff are fully-trained professionals with years of experience, and will aim to complete an average of 95% of projects right on time.
Finding the right door can sometimes be tricky, but with our experienced team at your service, it’ll be an enjoyable experience as opposed to a lengthy task.
You’re probably thinking about how you need to consider materials, style, longevity, and perhaps one of the most important: security.
If you choose the right ones, a high-quality set of main front and rear doors can last a lifetime.
Different materials will offer different benefits, depending on what’s most important to you. Wood, for one, is a very traditional option; it’s stylish, elegant, solid, and easily customisable. You can choose a variety of different paint or design options to really make it complement your home, and pair them both up for maximum effect.
Other choices we’ve seen a lot of modern homes opt for in recent years also include fibreglass, which are usually constructed with a range of different materials. With minimal disadvantages to this type of door, most notably the ability to hold heat, making them a much more greener option, they prove very popular, but tend to come at a price to match the quality.
Wood, composite, and uPVC tend to offer the most security, but it really does depend on the lock installed, too. Whatever you choose for your front or back doors, whether that’s for a house, school, retailer, or any other building, we’ll always make sure the security, specifically locks in the doors, are installed to the highest standard.
Bi-Folding doors are bang on trend right now. You can’t look at a new kitchen design without seeing them, and they seem to be gracing the pages of interior design magazines and websites everywhere you look.
Bi-Folding doors are a great option for many reasons. For one, they let in plenty of light, especially to a home, allowing the rooms to be bathed in warmth no matter the time of year. In the warmer months, the beauty, of course, is that you can open them right up and let fresh air circulate, as well as feeling a lot more sociable, combining the inside and outside as one.
They’re also very flexible, take up little space, and add a real touch of modernity to any room.
They’re also very secure, as they feature multi-point locking locations and very sturdy hinges. And finally, if you’re thinking about selling up soon, they pretty much guarantee extra value on your property, thanks to being in such high demand.
A great choice for any kitchen renovation, our range of Bi-Folding doors are ready and waiting to be designed and installed to give your home a new lease of life.
French doors are one of the most traditional types of doors around, and have been for years now. They elude elegance and class, dating back to their design during the French Renaissance.
French doors can be crafted with a combination of glass and wood or other materials, making them a great option for a separating point between two rooms in the home, or between the indoors and outdoors.
Not only do French doors offer plenty of style, but they’re also secure, efficient at keeping in heat during the colder months (something as you all know we rely on heavily in this country), and allow easy access.
Plus, what could be better than letting the light flood into a room through such beautifully-designed doors?
Similar to Bi-Folding doors, our range of Patio Sliding doors will offer the same benefits, but are usually better for those wanting to keep the costs down, and still get a high-quality finish.
Patio Sliding doors can also add value to your home or business, allow a lot more natural light into the home than a regular-design back door, and are very secure. Due to their ceiling-to-floor design, sunlight coming into the room will be trapped, not just for the time it’s shining through, but for the hours following. This means a warmer house and reduced energy costs. Adding curtains or blinds on top will keep heat enclosed for even longer, too.
In other words, you can think of these a little like making whatever room they’re installed in a bit like a greenhouse.
For those lucky enough to have garage access in a London home, having a sufficient, high-spec garage door is a must-have.
Not only are garage doors designed for upmost security, but they can also be aesthetically-pleasing and come in a variety of options. Whatever your garage requirement (not just for the home, but for businesses, and other properties), we’d be happy to assist in sourcing an accurate, fair quote for your needs.
Not only are there plenty of door variations in terms of style and design, the materials each door, or set of doors, is crafted with is also a big decision to make.
So, we’ve rounded up some of the best we specialise in, so you can choose what’s most suited for your specific requirements.
Made of a range of different materials, as opposed to just one, our selection of composite doors can be crafted with glass-reinforced plastic, uPVC and solid timbre. The materials chosen to construct composite doors are then fused together in high-pressure conditions, in order to create a super-strong, sturdy and above all, secure door.
Due to their robustness and thickness, this is a preferred option for front and back doors with many of our customers.
uPVC are plastic doors, which are deemed very stylish and trendy for many homes and businesses. They can be tailored to whatever you need, and are usually a lot slimmer than the likes of composite doors, which is good if that’s what you’re looking for.
They can also be crafted in different colours and finishes, as opposed to looking like the material they’re made from, which is a bonus in wanting to stand out from others and look unique. Plus, if you think about plastic’s origin, it’s a type which is very unlikely to become misshapen or gather mould over the years, so can offer longevity no matter where you install.
Wooden, timbre doors are one of the most traditional and secure available, and like others, they can also be tailored to a specific design. They’re also great for internal and external options – modern, wooden doors in the house are proving very popular with customers right now, and keep the heat during all seasons. Despite being more prone to wear and tear, they’re a rust-free option and will withstand the worst weather conditions (handy in the UK!).
Not only can wood convey a classic or modern look, depending on specific additions to the design, as well as preference, but it also has a high life expectancy to boot.
A go-to choice for many architects in new homes, aluminium doors are maintenance-free, offer fantastic insulation, and have a low chance of corrosion.
Aluminium frames are usually more cost-effective than timber, so if you’re looking to save money in the long-run, this may be the choice for you.
The seals featured with our range of aluminium doors are weather-resistant and are usually a great moisture-locking option. They’re not only durable, but lightweight too, which means you don’t need to worry about hauling open heavy doors to get in and out of a particular build with this type.
Whatever you decide is best for you when it comes to materials, styles and designs, know that we can offer best-in-class craftsmanship and service, and won’t be beaten on price.
So, if you’re now ready to choose the perfect range of doors for your home or your business, simply get in touch via the phone number listed, or drop us an email and we’d be happy to help.
As one of the most renowned brands in the Soho, W1 area, our customer service reps are ready and waiting to hear from you.
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