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.
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When it comes to interior design, one area most often neglected in commercial spaces is the bathroom; and yet, a poll of office workers found that employees spend around 56 hours a year in the bathroom, that’s a total of seven working days out of the average working year. Tufwell Glass offers a range of glass products that can transform your commercial bathroom space.
This month, plans were unveiled to install a 226ft tall glass observation cabin in the centre of Bristol. The glass cabin will hold up to 42 people. It is staggering to think that glass can be strong enough for such a purpose, or indeed can withstand the wear and tear of everyday use in the home or workplace. That’s where glass manufacturing plays a vital role.
Glass partitions are an effective way to optimize limited space within an office area. So, don’t let a small office get in the way of your big business plans. Remove limitations with glass partitions from Tufwell Glass.
The future is bright for smart glass. This month an industry report revealed that the global smart glass market size is expected to reach almost $10 billion by 2025, with a particular demand in commerical spaces. So how can smart glass improve your workplace space?
This year the National Glass Centre in Sunderland turned 21. The Centre chronicles the introduction of glass-making to Britain in the seventh century to its ubiquitous presence in our daily lives. Glass manufacturing has evolved throughout the ages. One of the more recent developments is the use of computer numerical control (CNC) technology to cut glass to size.