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Step 1
Your Layout & Dimensions  
Using our pictures of popular layouts, you can select the layout to best suite your design and budget. The pictures show you the measurements that need to be taken to work out the dimensions of the partition. You can then add these dimensions using our sliders or type them directly into the dimension box. The quote calculator will then work out for you an instant cost estimate for the glass partitioning, including professional installation. Alternatively, you can send us a sketch or drawing and your dimensions and we will send you a formal quote.
Width (w), mm
Min: 300mm Max: 20000mm
Height (h), mm
Min: 1000mm Max: 3000mm
Glass thickness  
You can select glass thickness for partition system. It depends on height.
10mm glass - up to 2600mm
12mm glass - up to 3000mm
Floor level  
The floor level where the glass partition is to be installed.
Parking on site
Cut Out  

img_4275The number of cut outs required.
If you have items such as skirting, pipes or trunking we can, in most cases, cut out a notch in the glass to go around it. Select how many cut outs you need and we can advise the best solution.

Raked Glass  
Percentage of glass cut out of a rectangle.
If you have a sloping ceiling that the glass will be positioned next to, then the standard rectangle panel can be cut out to allow for the slope. The terminology for this is called ‘raking’ and is worked out but what percentage of the area requires raking.
Please see the diagram to the left which shows an example of a raked piece of glass.
Step 2
Step 3
Installation Process
1. Quote

Receive an instant quote for an Acoustic Glass Partition by placing the dimensions (height and width) of glass walls and doors into our online calculator.

2. Confirm

Our project manager will give you a call to find out more details on your desired project and will adjust the cost. As soon as all of the details are discussed, you will receive an email with all of the provided information and accurate pricing.

3. Proceeding

Once you admit the quote, our manager will schedule a visit to the site and take measurements of your acoustic glass partition.

4. First visit

After you are ready to agree the final quote and issue the payment, our professional project team starts working on the acoustic partition glass installation.

5. Second visit*

The lead-time on the glass panels is 1 week. We require a minimum of 2 days to install an acoustic partition glass.

*In some cases we are able to install the track and glass panels in one visit.

Product info

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