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Abbey & Burton Glass will be CLOSED
Re-open as normal Tuesday 1st September
This is STRICTLY BY APPOINTMENT only to limit the amount of footfall, please enquire at reception or call to make an appointment.
GGF Launches Safe Guide for Homeowners
The GGF is pleased to announce the launch of a much needed consumer publication titled, “The Safe Guide for Homeowners - employing a glazing company
to improve your home during the COVID-19 crisis”.
This Safe Guide has been produced to reassure homeowners that their safety is paramount when using a GGF Member company. The Safe Guide emphasizes that any work being undertaken must consider, as a priority, the Government and Public Health England guidance. The Safe Guide also includes the many reasonable safety measures that must be taken by home improvement companies when working in people’s homes during the COVID-19 pandemic.
John Agnew, GGF Managing Director commented, “In these difficult times, it is important the GGF supports its Members more than ever to ensure that any work undertaken is done safely and in line with the latest Government guidance. I advise all home improvement Members, to provide their customers and potential customers with this new Safe Guide to offer them greater reassurance, when essential work is being carried out in their home during this pandemic.”
Due to the likelihood of change in the Government guidance and legislation during the COVID-19 crisis, this Safe Guide for Homeowners will be in digital format only and will be available for download from both GGF websites – the trade site www.ggf.org.uk and the GGF’s consumer advice site www.myglazing.com.
The GGF is aiming to launch a “Safe Guide for Tradespeople in Domestic properties” next week to complement this new homeowner guide.
You can view and/or download the new GGF Safe Guide for Homeowners here
You can read and share this article here https://www.ggf.org.uk/ggf-launches-safe-guide-for-homeowners/
Following recent government announcements and guidance from the GGF ( Glass & Glazing Federation ) we will be re-opening areas of the business on Monday 11th May at 9.00
With Strict social distancing in place in the Factory , Offices , Showrooms & On Site, and reduced work force working within the guidelines , we can open certain facets of the business.
Read more for details of the services we wil be providing and our opening hours.
We will be re-opening areas of the business on Monday 11th May at 9.00. See our latest news article for more details.
Although the showrooms , glass counters and factory are currently closed in accordance with the Prime Ministers statement of Monday 23rd March , we as a business are aware that people are spending more time at home and looking at potential home improvements .
With this in mind we are offering the opportunity to email , sizes and photographs to firstname.lastname@example.org . Several members of staff are working remotely from home and will be able to provide figures based on requirements . Clearly these figures would be subject to full survey as and when its deemed acceptable to visit site .
Please note that although the showrooms are closed, we are still answering emails and enquiries through our website. Our sales team are quoting where possible, so business as usual but done from home. Take care all and stay safe!!
Following the announcement by the Prime Minister on the 23rd March, Abbey Glass will temporarily close the business for the foreseeable future. Any further updates will be available on our website www.abbey-glass.co.uk
The Website will be monitored during this period of uncertainty whilst the staff are away from the premises.
Please stay safe in these uncertain times
Both the Burton and Derby branches will be closed on Saturdays for the forseeable future.
Due to the Coronavirus outbreak, we are asking if possible, you could make payments by credit/debit card for purchases over the counter. This will help stop any infection spreading.