Welcome to Hughes Glass

We are a windows glazing company based on the Llandygai Industrial Estate in Bangor, North Wales. Proud to be the only manufacturer of new and innovative insulated panels for homes in the area, we provide top quality products with a service to match on a national scale.

Based in the University market town of Bangor, we offer our high quality products at fantastically competitive prices. Having being responsible for over 1,000 shop front windows across the UK, we’re proud to have built excellent and friendly relationships with our regular clients including Greggs, DW Sports, Edinburgh Woolen Mill and Peacocks – plus many more! Hughes Glass prides itself on providing a reliable service of the highest standards to all of our customers.

All our glaziers are trained and qualified to the latest health & safety and NVQ3 regulations.

Other qualifications include
• CRB checked
• Iosh managing safety
• PASMA certificate of competence
• Level 2 award in health and safety in the workplace.
• Level 2 award in principles of manual handling
• Level 2 in principles of COSH
• Certificate of competence, first aid at work
• (CHAS) certificate of accreditation
• (COGENT) nuclear industry training standard
• Registered with environment agency Wales
• Certificate in Asbestos awareness
• Bangor ‘University lead Wales’ programme

Work has started on the expansion of our current depot to accommodate the increased demand for energy efficient products. Plans include a new manufacturing facility for the insulated panels and a call centre for commercial 24/7 reactive work.

“The expansion will mean we will become Gwynedd’s only manufacturer of the insulated panels which can be used to build entire homes. The hybrid technology could erect a typical house on a pre-prepared foundation in less than a week,” said director Adam Lacy.

We also work in partnership with the largest glass companies in the world, police forces, local authorities, housing associations, facilities management and insurance companies, banks, landlords, large construction companies, building merchants, schools, hospitals, government building, universities, and national retail/leisure sectors.