The Glass and Glazing Federation (GGF) has announced that double glazing manufacturer, Between Glass Blinds (BGB), has joined the Federation.
Between Glass Blinds offers double-glazed units with Venetian and pleated blinds sealed between two panes of glass. The units offer a durable and easy-to-maintain shading and privacy glazing solution for areas where blinds and curtains aren’t practical.
The BGB range offers a variety of operating systems, suitable for any environment, and includes a cordless manually-controlled unit operated via a smooth user-friendly sliding magnet, as well as motorised units which can be controlled via programmable infra-red or radio frequency remote units or work as part of a fully automated smart home system.
In addition, the BGB systems are suitable for any project with a full range of glazing options available, including solar control, noise reduction and fire resistance.
Shaun McAllister, GGF Managing Director comments: “We are delighted that Between Glass Blinds has joined the Federation. Not only are they a highly respected company in their sector, but their joining expands the GGF’s scope of sectors within the industry.”
Glass and Glazing Federation
40 Rushworth Street
t: 0207 939 9101
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