Glass Staircase & Stair Panel Installation
South West England's Trusted Staircase Glass Supplier & Installer
Clearly Glass Ltd offer a wide range of made-to-measure staircase glass panels in Devon and South West England. Our staircase glass installers have over 20 years experience and specialise in the design, supply and installation of bespoke glass panels to transform your existing staircase.
We supply and install made-to-measure glass panels for any type of staircase. If you have a new staircase that requires made to measure glass, or if you would like to add glass infill panels to your existing staircase, we can help.
This is a great solution if you are looking to replace your existing staircase spindles or slats with modern glass panels. The choice is yours! You can either replace the handrails with new oak handrails or install glass panels and leave the rest of the stairs as original. You can even choose between the glass being fitted via clamps or grooves in the timber. The choice is yours!
Want to get started? Our team will measure, supply and install your staircase glass panels so everything is care of for you. All you need to do is call now or schedule a phone call via the button below and we’ll do the rest!
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Our Staircase Glass Panel Products
Staircase Glass Panels With Clamps
Here at Clearly Glass Ltd we provide the design, supply and installation of made-to-measure glass panels held in place with different types of metal clamps to suit any style.
Staircase Glass Panels With Grooves
Our grooved glass panel range is perfect if you would prefer your staircase glass to have a 'floating' effect held in place by grooves in the timber instead of being clamped in place.
How Much Do Staircase Glass Panels Cost?
Any new staircase glass panel installation carried out by Clearly Glass Ltd come with a 5 year product guarantee and aftercare guides. You can find out more about how much made to measure staircase glass panels costs inside our staircase glass panel quoting guide.
The cost of staircase glass panels will vary depending on the product specifications chosen. For example, 8mm or 10mm toughened glass, or chrome, brushed or black glass clamps. We recommend booking in a free consultation so we can give you a more accurate estimate.
If your staircase glass panel quote is satisfactory we can then book you in for a free survey so our team can note down measurements, advise on layouts, glass specifications, etc. For more information regarding our complete staircase refurbishments please click here.
Why Choose Us For Your Staircase Glass?
- 5 Year Product Guarantee For New Staircase Glass Panels Installations
- 2,000+ Customers Served In Devon & South West England.
- 20+ Years Experience In The Staircase Glass Industry.
- Custom Design, Supply & Installation To Match Your Style.
- Get A Free Survey, Transparent Estimate & Consultation.
- Stair Glass Samples & Free Aftercare Guides
- Highly Rated By Previous Staircase Glass Panel Customers.
- Public Liability Insurance Up To £5 Million.
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Frequently Asked Questions
FAQs About Staircase Glass Panels
Installing glass on stairs is a job best left to the professionals. Our team of experienced installers are fully qualified and have years of combined experience measuring and installing glass panels for staircases, so you can trust your staircase is safe with us! The installation process varies depending on your design, but usually, the new or existing staircase will be measured. Then your bespoke glass goes into production , before the final glass panels are put into place, using either glass clamps or grooves in the timber depending on the design.
If you’d like to know more about how our installers fit glass on stairs, please get in touch and we’d be happy to answer any questions!
Yes, you can replace your old stair spindles with glass panels to create a sleek and modern look. Our team will be able to advise on the best type of glass for your staircase, as well as providing installation services for the job. We’d recommend getting in touch to discuss what you need and receive a tailored quote – we’ll be more than happy to help!
We fully guarantee all work that we carry out, so if there are any issues following our installation we will certainly rectify this. We do not offer a repair service for glass staircases that we have not installed.
Glass stairs offer a stylish, modern look in domestic and commercial buildings. They’re also incredibly resilient and long-lasting, requiring almost no maintenance throughout their lifetime. On top of that, they can help to open up spaces by allowing light to pass through – something that is especially useful in smaller rooms or terraced houses where you get little window space.
Yes, glass staircases are absolutely safe to use. Our team only ever uses toughened safety glass in line with the British Standard 6206: 1981 and our installers have extensive experience working with this type of material. We also cater for the specific needs of each job, making sure that all precautions are taken to maximise safety at all times. If you’re concerned about the safety of your glass staircase, please don’t hesitate to get in touch with us. We’d be more than happy to answer any questions you may have.
All of the glass stair panels we use are toughened, so if correctly installed they shouldn’t break. However, it is important to know that any type of glass will eventually shatter when subject to enough force or extreme temperature change. So it’s important to take common sense safety precautions when using glass stairs, including watching children and pets when they use the staircase and regularly checking for any signs of damage.
If you’d like to know more about safety, please feel free to get in touch with us – we’d be happy to help!
This depends on the scope of work being carried out. In general, if no structural alterations are being carried out , then you will not need planning permission. If you’re unsure whether or not your project requires planning permission, please get in touch with us – we’d be more than happy to advise!
Caring for and cleaning your glass staircase is actually pretty simple. We recommend wiping down the glass panels on a regular basis with a soft cloth and glass cleaner or warm water and soap. You should definitely avoid using abrasive materials like scouring pads or steel wool, as this could damage the glass. Just don’t use anything you wouldn’t use on your windows! If you’d like to know more about cleaning and caring for your glass staircase, then get in touch – our team would be happy to help!
No – just regular cleaning and inspection for safety purposes. You should also avoid using harsh chemicals on the glass as this may cause damage over time.
There are different types of glass for staircases on the market, including toughened, and toughened laminated. Toughened glass is the most popular type as it is strong, safe and cost effective. Toughened laminated glass is also an increasingly popular choice due to its ability to reduce noise levels in busy areas. The glass is also available as clear glass or tinted glass, as well as satin or ‘frosted’ glass. Talk to our team today for more information on the different types of glass staircases available!
Glass staircases and glass panels can be baby proofed by using safety gates . Safety gates should be installed at the top and bottom of the stairs. If you’re in need of some advice on how best to babyproof your glass staircase, please get in touch with us – we’d be more than happy to help!
Clearly Glass Ltd can design, supply and install staircase glass panels in Devon including Exeter, Plymouth, Torquay, Paignton, Torbay, Exmouth, Barnstaple, Newton Abbot, Tiverton, Brixham, Bideford, Teignmouth, Sidmouth, Dawlish, Tavistock, Salcombe, Ilfracombe, Honiton and all other areas. If your area is not listed, then please contact us directly because we are not limited to only serving customers in these locations.
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Clearly Glass Ltd is a trusted supplier and installer of bespoke made-to-measure staircase glass panels in Devon and South West England with over 20 years of experience.