A Day in the Life of a Glazier


Using the Cherry Picker to carefully fit the new panel (above)

Glaziers Essex recently completed a refit glazing job in Chafford Hundred, Grays and were kind enough to let us document a typical day in the life of what it is like to be a glazier.

The front panel of glass had recently been badly damaged on the roof of popular Portuguese restaurant, Nandos.

In order to make the broken panel safe, the glass had been previously boarded up. Therefore, this firstly needed to be removed. To do this, one of our expert glaziers set up the scissor lift, in order to gain access to the boarded up panel. The panel was then removed, and the new glass was carefully loaded onto the cherry picker and fitted into place. The glass panel was then sprayed with two layers of white matte in order to match the surrounding glass, in which was then screwed into place.


Sealing the new glass panel (above)

If you own a domestic or commercial property and need a glazier you can rely on, call Glaziers Essex today on: 0800 051 8713 to speak to one of our knowledgeable advisers and receive your free over the phone quote.