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Glass & Mirrors

Glass has come a long way from the traditional single glazed options available, today there are a variety of options available to you.

Expert Guidance, Flawless Installation

Single Glazing

Single glazing, also known as a single-pane windows, uses just one piece of glass and is becoming less common due to the improved energy efficiency of its counter parts and are less effective at filtering out noise.

Double Glazing

Using two panes of glass separated by a spacer bar and air space within an opening to improve insulation against heat transfer and sound transmission.

Dual-pane also known as Double Glazed windows are the most common energy efficient glazing type on the market today.

Triple Glazing

Arguably the most energy efficient glass unit, using three panes of glass separated by spacer bars creating two insulated air gaps which slows down thermal transfer through the unit.

Toughened Glass

Tempered / Toughened glass has been treated with heat and or chemicals then cooled rapidly to make it up to four times stronger than its annealed counterpart of the same thickness. When broken it does not breaks into small particles without sharp edges, helping to keep the home secure and reduce the risk of injury.

Laminated Glass

Laminated glass is a type of safety glass that holds together when shattered and can be used for safety and security, this type of glass also has sound reduction properties. If broken, the fragments will tend to adhere to it’s plastic (PVB) interlayer and remain largely intact, reducing the risk of injury or break-ins; it also assists in volatile weather by remaining in its frame.

Obscure Glass

Obscure glass is textured glass that allows light into a room whilst providing privacy. Available in a multitude of designs and a variety of privacy levels allowing you to express your individual style within your home; whether its vintage, traditional or contemporary Esk Glazing Limited has the glass to suit.

Privacy Levels range from level one up to level five.


Painted Glass Splashbacks are continuing to be a popular choice for kitchens and bathrooms, they provide a modern appearance and practicality when cleaning.

Available in a wide range of colours splashbacks can assist in the appearance of your home.


Mirrors offer a unique way of creating an illusion of space within you or home, great to use in a small room.  Mirrors provide a reflective surface for light to bounce off assisting in reflecting your individuality and style.

Generally supplied in 4mm or 6mm thickness mirrors can be safety backed or for wet areas they can be foiled backed with silvering protection.

Esk Glazing Limited can offer both bespoke mirror specifications and solutions that are right for you.

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We understand that home improvements can be costly – especially in today’s volatile economy, they do not always come around at a convenient time.


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We understand the desire to enhance your property's comfort.

Beautiful, energy-efficient extensions of your home

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Satellite Office & Showroom

Based in Montrose or the nearby area? Feel free to visit our Montrose showroom to find out more about our range of window, door, conservatory and balustrade installations. A small, homely, family-friendly shop, maintaining our roots.

17 Murray St,
DD10 8LH

Head Office

We encourage visitors to come by our showroom in Arbroath. It is a friendly space where clients can discuss their requirements with an expert, view a range of our doors and windows for inspiration, visit our trade centre, esk interiors showroom, upvc showroom, and even visit our stained glass Design Studio workshop.

Margaret House,
Sir William Smith Rd,
Arbroath, DD11 3RD