GGF Ltd. Glass and Glazing Federation

54 Ayres Street , SE1 1EU London
United Kingdom

Telephone +44 207 9399101
Fax +44 207 3577458
jlee@ggf.org.uk

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The Glass and Glazing Federation (GGF)

The Glass and Glazing Federation (GGF) represents companies who make, supply or fit, glass and glazing products in the UK and internationally.
Being the industry authority, the GGF promotes best practice and sets the highest technical and health & safety standards. The Federation is also the voice of the industry in local and national politics helping shape and influence policy and legislation.

As well as offering an array of benefits to its members, the GGF guides and protects homeowners when buying glass or glazing products and services. 

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The Glass and Glazing Federation (GGF) represents companies who make, supply or fit, glass and glass related products in the UK and internationally.

The GGF is the main representative organisation for companies involved in all aspects of the manufacture of flat glass and products and services for all types of glazing, in commercial and domestic sectors.

Members of the GGF include companies that manufacture and install energy efficient windows, in homes and commercial buildings, the performance glass used in every type of building from houses to high-rise tower blocks and the components that are used to manufacture every type of glazing.

GGF members produce and install safety, fire and emergency glazing, special films to protect against the sun’s rays or terrorist and vandal attacks and in fact, every type of glazing installation, no matter how specialised.

The GGF is recognised by government and plays a large part in the setting of new standards and regulations, such as The Building Regulations, the rules that govern and control the way our buildings are constructed in the UK.

Within the GGF are key subsidiaries, such as ‘FENSA’ which helps ensure that energy efficient windows, doors and conservatories are installed to the appropriate Building Regulations in order to comply with planning rules. Other subsidiaries include, the British Fenestration Ratings Council (BFRC) the company responsible for developing Window Energy Ratings, to allow anyone choosing new windows to choose the most efficient windows by their Energy Efficient Labels - familiar to anyone buying electrical appliances.

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Manufacturing, Processing and Finishing