Glass ben­ders

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From frame­less show­ers and walls and doors, to basins, floors and sky­lights, Glass Ben­ders has it all, and is an ex­pert in the pro­duc­tion and in­stal­la­tion of curved glass. It works closely with ar­chi­tects and shop­fit­ters, and has taken on a num­ber of marine projects. This com­pany has a grow­ing cor­po­rate and res­i­den­tial client base, and also sells its prod­ucts world­wide. Des Ra­man at Cut­ting Edge Steel­work worked at me­chan­i­cal and struc­tural engi­neer­ing com­pa­nies be­fore he started pro­duc­ing spi­ral and other stair­cases, balustrades, light ar­chi­tec­tural steel­work, wrought-iron and mod­ern steel and wood fur­ni­ture. Des can, in his words, ‘man­u­fac­ture pretty much any­thing out of steel.’ It sup­plies a broad range of top-qual­ity house­hold fit­tings to pri­vate and trade cus­tomers. Prod­ucts in­clude door and win­dow hard­ware, fit­tings for shut­ters, cab­i­nets and bath­rooms, san­i­tary­ware by Le­froy Brooks, heated towel rails, kitchen sinks and mix­ers.

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