Why Choose Altitude Glass?
Sectors & Industries Altitude Glass Work With – With over a decade of expertise behind us, we have plenty of experience in designing and installing glass installations for a broad range of sectors & industries. Offices, Retail, Hospitality, Colleges and Universities, Luxury Apartments and many more bespoke projects.
We install a variety of glass partitions into Offices across the UK. These range from single glazed to double glazed acoustic ones and from frameless to framed. Our glass partitions are all bespoke and are measured to fit each opening perfectly.
We use a slim frame which secures the glass in place with various options on ironmongery and features to chose from, it really is contemporary and functional addition to any office space.
The innovative properties of modern engineered glass products make them highly useful for improving productivity in corporate and office environments.
Altitude Glass can deliver glass and mirror installations for small or large hotel projects across the UK. We have experience in delivering glass for showers and mirrorwalls for 200+ room hotels along with small boutique privately owned hospitality venues. Our company has an in-depth knowledge of working in the hospitality sector and combining this, with our technical expertise and innovative design skills it enables us to design, manufacture and supply glass for a wide range of projects both in the UK and internationally on a large scale.
Ideal for when space is at a premium, glass partitions for Colleges & Universities provide a range of innovative uses.
Educational institutions sometimes face challenges in terms of their available space – challenges that can thankfully be easily solved through the use of glass partitions. Strategic placement of soundproof glass partitions can allow colleges and schools to divide large spaces into smaller sections, helping them to expand their teaching capacity by fitting several classes into what was once only a single space. The soundproof nature of acoustic glass is also particularly useful for minimising potential disruption from noise-intensive classes such as drama or music.