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Glass Installations 

AMS Nationwide are currently the preferred installers for two of the largest manufacturers of innovative glass dry erase board systems.

As an ever-expanding organisation we pride ourselves in investing heavily in both training and specialised installation equipment to ensure we can complete any form of glass installation in any environment.

We currently install all styles of systems including architectural style boards ranging from small meeting room or canteen whiteboards to full height skirting board to ceiling boards using direct adhere fast setting contact adhesives. This style of mounting can be used on all even wall surfaces. All boards are bespoke and can have high resolution images and patterns integrated within the back coating of the glass.

In addition, we also install the traditional z-bar style or Tru-mount boards which have fixing bars or Tru-mounts pre-fitted to the back of the glass boards. These systems are more versatile and can be easily packed out or adjusted, if required and used on walls such as exposed brick style, which are not as level or even as dry lined walls.

In the writeable wall market place there are a vast array of different types and styles of boards with some extremely complex engineered sliding wall systems which are a more design driven solution.

As a result we have developed a versatile and dedicated team capable of installing all the different types of boards currently on offer. The team are fully trained and hold all the necessary qualifications to work in every environment.

We have numerous SSSTS trained supervisors with all of our staff having a minimum of CSCS. We also have a bespoke online platform which allows each member of staff access to a wide range of training courses such as Manual Handling, Asbestos awareness and many more. We can provide full details of all the staff training held within the system complete with the renewal date(s) of each element

Our team regularly travels the length and breadth of the UK, having installed as far down as the south of France.

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