Backed by over 30 years’ experience in designing architectural glazing, we are well placed to be your project partner for your glazing solutions.
We have a proven track record and a genuine desire to help; customer relationships are core to our business. Undertaking a glazing installation, renovation or construction project can be a disruptive and worrying time, however our competent and friendly team will guide you throughout the process.
From concept to completion, our team will manage your project making sure everything runs smoothly. We are happy to design architectural solutions ourselves or work with your architect and their plans. Our fitting teams also share our long history of dealing with specialist glass projects, and are used to working to exacting standards and in a courteous and considerate manner, conscious of our clients’ needs and the co-ordination with other trades.
We are proud to offer the highest quality architectural glazing products from the leading brands – such as Origin, Reynaers, Sapa, Smart Architectural Aluminium and more.
Estuary Glass and Glazing was founded by Scott Swarbrick. His vision was to bring a range of premium architectural glazing products to clients in the South East region, with a level of unrivalled service in a precise and highly visual trade.
Scott’s experience in the architectural glazing sector is extensive. Starting back in 1989 as a CAD draughtsman for a balustrade specialist company, that’s where his passion for architectural glazing began.
“I have been lucky enough to have worked on many prestigious projects throughout the UK, both residential and commercial. Wembley Stadium; Heathrow Terminals 2, 3 and 5; Sky Studios and Newsroom; London Bridge Lift Shafts; Tottenham Hotspur Football Club Stadium; and many others.
In this period I have been at the forefront of best practice around glass designs, including the use of high specification products in residential schemes; transitioning from toughened glass to toughened laminated glass; the introduction of structural interlayers, the consideration of heat strengthened glass; curved glass; and structural bonding.”