Tufwell Glass are industry leaders in Liquid Crystal Glass products, providing partitions, privacy screens and windows.
We provide shaped, painted and mirrored decorative glass products for a range of commercial projects.
View a range of glass projects involving different glass process and decoration and installation requirements.
Tufwell Glass offers a range of frameless glazed partitioning suitable for all office environments
We are glass suppliers specialising in glass products including the processing and installation of glass office partitioning and glass merchanting.
We offer the most comprehensive range of in-stock flat glass products, the most competitive prices and the best service, which is why our customers return to us time and time again.
All our glass products meet ISO 9001 and are in-stock ready for collection from our Trade Counter or delivery to your premises using our own dedicated vehicles and drivers to ensure your glass arrives on time and intact!
Trade terms are available.
Please contact us to discuss your requirements.
Laminated glass and toughened glass are both widely-used types of safety glass, but which one is right for your project? Find out in our blog.
Choosing new interior doors for your home or office? Read on to find out whether a glass door is the right option for you.
Accidents can and do happen and glass furniture, by its nature, can sometimes be smashed or scratched.
But in the case of a glass table top, there’s no need to throw away the whole piece of furniture – why not simply get a new piece of toughened glass cut to size?
Read our blog to find out everything you need to know about ordering toughened glass cut to size.
Our latest investment in a heat soaking machine means we can pre-test our toughened glass to reduce the chance of spontaneous breakage.
Read on to find out more about the heat soaking process, its purpose and when you, as a client, should consider specifying it.
Laminated glass is a type of safety glass that is used extensively around the world for a wide range of applications. Created by sandwiching two or more sheets of standard annealed glass together around layers of transparent plastic laminate, if the outer layers of laminated glass are broken, the inner layer will hold the glass firmly in place, making for a much safer product.