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GLASS GGF LAUNCHES NEW ONLINE EMERGENCY GLAZING REGISTER


Te GGF has launched its new online Emergency Glazing Register to help property owners quickly find reliable and professional emergency glazing companies and make their properties safe and reasonably secure in an emergency situation.


be urgently needed, to first “make-safe” and then re-glaze. It was essential for the GGF to set up an Emergency Glazing Register with the hot link on the GGF website homepage to help people find a genuine emergency glazing company, quickly.”


‘details of all GGF Member companies who operate a 24 hours a day, seven days a week, 365 days a year emergency service’


Te GGF will be widely promoting the


Te Emergency Glazing Register has been produced following recent discussions between the GGF Emergency Glazing Group, chaired by Sam Grant of GG Glass and Glazing and GGF Marketing.


Te main reasons for the new register


were based upon reports of property owners having difficulty in finding professional glaziers that offered a genuine 24/7 emergency service.


GGF Member and Emergency Glazing


Group spokesman, Paul Rogers of Express Glazing Contractors commented; “Nobody knows when an emergency glazier will next


Te Emergency Glazing Register contains 66 companies/outlets offering UK wide coverage. On the register are instant contact details of all GGF Member companies who operate a 24 hours a day, seven days a week, 365 days a year emergency service.


James Lee, GGF Marketing and Communications Manager commented, “With Emergency Glazing being a key emergency service that sits just behind Police, Fire and Ambulance services, it was vital that the GGF set up an instantly accessible list of companies that can make properties safe and reasonably secure. Te GGF Members on


new Emergency Glazing Register to ensure property owners and related emergency services know exactly where to find a professional glazier in an emergency.


If you provide an emergency glazing service and are not on the GGF Emergency Glazing Register, but would like to be added, please contact Peter Stuttard, GGF Emergency Glazing Group Secretary by email at pstuttard@ggf.org.uk or by telephone 020 7939 9101.


To view the new Emergency Glazing Register please visit: http://www.ggf.org. uk/ggf-emergency-glazing-register


the register all comply with the Emergency Glazing criteria set out by the GGF. “


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NEW GLASS REPAIR PUBLICATION FROM GGF ‘It is good to see a GGF publication that promotes Glass Repair’


Te Glass and Glazing Federation’s Glass Repair Group, in conjunction with GGF Marketing, has launched a new Glass Repair brochure.


Te leaflet entitled, “Glass Repair –


Professional Advice on Repairing Damage on Glass Surfaces” will serve as a trade and consumer guide to Glass Repair covering subjects such as the causes of surface damage and the visual quality, environmental considerations when repairing glass.


Bob Griffin, Chairman of the Glass Repair


Group commented, “It is good to see a GGF publication that promotes Glass Repair and informs the trade and consumers of the options available when it comes to damaged glass.”


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James Lee, GGF Marketing and Communications Manager added, “Te new Glass Repair Leaflet is a welcome addition to the GGF library of publications. It is now available in print and online where browsers can view and/or download.”


To see the online version of the leaflet visit: http://www.ggf.org.uk/publication/ glass_repair


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