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Glass Panel Depot provides online toughened glass partitions for office meeting rooms, walk in showers, table-tops, and balustrades. We also stock glass partition doors at very competitive prices, including a range of delivery options.

If you are assembling a new shared office, the chances are you will be looking to create a screened area for conference calls and meetings. Take a look at our 'Harrow Office' Gallery to see the difference glass partitions can make.

Our most popular product is a standard Toughened Glass Partition at 2400mm x 900mm x 10mm thickness. Perfect for adding a soundproof screen between work space and meeting space.

We also now offer a first rate custom cut glass service, where we cut glass to your measurements. Maximum height 3000mm, maximum width 1500mm, with 6,8,10 and 12mm thickness options available. Frameless glass doors are also now made to measure to your specifications (complete with all door components). 

These glass panels are very versatile and can be applied in a number of uses other than for use as office partitions. (Crates are typically 12 - 20 pcs and include one or 2 doors). The price quoted is per sheet, if you want a whole crate please call to discuss.

Glass panel prices are £85 per sq/m (exc VAT). Glass doors, complete with door components, are also £85 per sq/m plus £175 for the components.

Thicker (heavier) glass transmits less sound than thin glass. Thick glass is very effective at stopping low frequency traffic noise, while thinner laminated glass is effective at controlling the mid-range frequencies of human conversation, etc. A laminate of thick layers combines the best of both methods. A full analysis of acoustic responses at different frequencies may be required in some cases.

The glass can be attached to the ceiling through use of a U-shaped metal channel, clamped by way of rubber/plastic strips. They sit directly on the floor and are held in position at the base by two  L shaped brackets. These can be made of wood if you have a wood floor, or metal and then carpet laid over the top. If you would like more information please see the FAQ's Page.

Richard Barratt

Director | Founder | CEO