Rockdale Glass Repair Emergency Replacement Home & Business Services Launched

SOS Glass has launched its emergency repair services. The company specialises in the removal and installation of glass for domestic and commercial customers in Rockdale, Sydney.

Bexley, Australia - June 4, 2020 /PressCable/ —

SOS Glass Services, a Sydney-based glazing company, has announced the update of their glass repair and replacement services. These services now include emergency glass repairs adapted to the latest industry developments.

Details can be found at https://sosglassservices.com.au

The new emergency glass repairs services are being offered to local businesses and homeowners, specifically in the Rockdale area. The company’s team of professional glaziers work to remove and replace the hazard of broken glass to ensure that one’s property is safe.

It’s common knowledge that unforeseen events can occur in both the home and office which can result in a stressful situation. For this reason, SOS Glass team is availing their emergency services.

In most instances, the company is able to cut the glass on site. If the team is unable to do this, they will work to make the property safe until the installation is complete.

According to a spokesperson for SOS Glass Services, the client’s safety is the company’s number one priority. As a result, all of their products and installations are compliant and meet all current Australian safety standards.

The company prides itself in providing quality service and solution to the glazing needs of the Sydney community. With over 25 years of experience in the field, SOS Glass Services work with clients or their builders to make their dreams a reality.

They offer installations, repair and replacement of glass balustrades, glass pool fencing, showers, mirrors, and aluminum doors and windows. Their services also include shop front glass replacement and installation of glass partitions.

SOS Glass company has been highly praised for its services. One satisfied customer, who employed them to install panels of laminate glass in some office partitions, described the service as “good” and “reliable and efficient”.

The 100% Australian owned and operated company guarantees satisfaction with fast and reliable service. They operate with a team of fully licensed tradesmen.

Interested parties can click on the link above for more information.

Contact Info:
Name: Bob Sturevski
Email: Send Email
Organization: SOS Glass Services Pty Ltd
Address: 34 Verdun Street, Bexley, NSW 2207, Australia
Phone: +61-410-311-916
Website: https://sosglassservices.com.au/

Source: PressCable

Release ID: 88960713

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