Why Feltham Glass Works
Why Feltham Glass Works

Feltham Glass Works was founded in 1946 by Mr Thomas Ellams, a local garage owner. He sold it on to his friend Jack Hardesty in 1951 for the princely sum of £500.00, convinced that there was no future in glass.

As it turned out the glass business became so successful that Jack chose to sell his motor business to his brother Charlie and concentrate on the glazing work that was proving so popular. The business grew with the local area as more and more housing developments meant an ever increasing need for the services of a glazing company.

During the seventies the company was handed over to Jack’s children, Anne, John and Roger who oversaw the gradual transformation of the glazing business as windows changed from single to double glazed and vehicle glass became increasingly sophisticated. A new workshop was built at the rear of the site to house the machinery required to process the fabrication of aluminium windows. This has been kept up to date to reflect the changing nature of the windows required and the glass used to improve their insulating properties.

At the end of the nineties John and Roger’s sons, Matthew and James, took over running the business and the company continues to evolve to meet the changing requirements of the industry as glass proves to be an endlessly adaptive material.

Why Feltham Glass Works

At Feltham Glass Works we specialise in Glass, Windows, Doors, Conservatories...

Glass Merchants
Glass Repairs
Kitchen Splashbacks
Shower Screens
Cat Flap & Dog Flap Installation

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