Emergency Glaziers Blackpool
Concept Glass – We offer an emergency glaziers service and include full repair at the time of call out if at all possible or, a quotation for full repair and if circumstances dictate, a temporary ‘boarding up’ procedure to ensure that there is no further increase to existing damage. Concept Glass offer residential 24 Hour Emergency Glazing & Boarding in Blackpool, Fylde Coast and Surrounding areas. Please contact us.
Fully trained staff are on hand to react immediately to your problem which might relate to either domestic or commercial property and involve glazing, framing and boarding repairs to homes, office premises, shops, shop frontages etc.
Our work has insurance approval and is guaranteed. Sometimes,you need an immediate, emergency call out feature in respect of your property and damage to it. In this situation, windows and doors tend to suffer damage rather than the main fabric of the building. We are emergency glaziers in Blackpool.
- Storm damage
- Vehicle accident / collision with house
- Burglary and Break-Ins
- 24 Hour Boarding & Glazing
- Burglary Repairs & Insurance work
- Door Repairs
- Steamy & Misty Double Glazed Units
- Lock Replacement
- Handles & Hinges
- Glass Bends
- Same Day Unit Replacement
- Stained & Coloured Glass
- Acoustic Glass
- Shutters/Grills & Coverings
Had a Break-In?
Both shocking and stressful, a break-in to your family home or commercial property can be a confusing and distressing time – in an emergency, you just don’t know what to do next and what steps should be taken.
We here at Concept Glass can help, with our guide to help you out during this time of difficulty…
Firstly – Don’t Panic – It seems a silly thing to say, but the calmer you are – the better you are to be able to handle the situation.
Don’t Take Any Risks – Never enter a house, or property after a break in unless you are certain it is safe and any intruder has left.
Find Help In Your Local Area – if anyone is about such as a neighbour, or colleague perhaps they can take you in? A family member close by is ideal.
Call The Police – Try not to use your home phone if possible as this may destroy evidence the police may need, such as fingerprints. Use your mobile or a neighbours phone.
Try Not To Touch or Move Anything – leave everything as you found it. Any evidence the police can find is a step further towards catching whoever is responsible.
Change The Locks – If keys have been taken, they can easily be copied or used to access your home in the future. To be on the safe side, change your locks.
Make A List – Note what has been stolen, moved or damaged and give this to the police. Try not to touch anything if you can.
Make Copies – Make multiple copies of your burglary list. One for the police, one for you and one for your insurance company.
Prevent Future Break-ins – Think about fitting stronger locks, or security systems.