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Timber Support Bars & Accessories

Timber Support Bars & Accessories

Stocking a variety of timber support bars and accessories. We have PVC End Closures, Timber Supported Glazing Bars, End Caps (provided with Glazing Bars), polycarbonate sealant, leads rolls and much more.
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White Snap On Glazing Bar
Fits 10, 16 & 25mm Polycarbonate
White Snap On Glazing Bar For 35mm
Additional Glazing Bar End Caps
'1 End Cap Is Provided With Each Bar'
Brown Snap On Glazing Bar
Fits 10, 16 & 25mm Polycarbonate
Brown Snap On Glazing Bar For 35mm
White Aluminium F Section
Powder Coated Edge Trim
Brown Aluminium F Section
Powder Coated Edge Trim
MK2 Ridge - 100mm Capping
Top Cap Not Included
Lean To Flashing Profile
For Roof Pitches 5-45 Degrees
CSD Bridging
Connects Glazing Bar To Flashing
Pvc Glazing Bar F Edge Strip Brown
Not Suitable For 35mm
Pvc Glazing Bar F Edge Strip White
Not Suitable For 35mm
PVC End Sheet Closures
2100mm Length
Polycarbonate Silicone
Fast, Neutral Cure, Low Modulus Sealant
Below are the most common sizes of lead rolls
'Lead Alternative'
Self Adhesive Flashing Tape, 10 Metre Ro
150mm Wide x 3 Metre Long
150mm Wide x 6 Metre Long
240mm Wide x 3 Metre Long
240mm Wide x 6 Metre Long
Price per Roll
33 Metres Of Aluminium Solid Tape
For Top Of Sheets
33 Metres Of Anti Dust Breather Tape
For Bottom, Allows Sheet To Breath
Pack Of 10 Fixing Buttons
For Fixing Polycarbonate To Timber
H Section 4&6mm 2.5m Long

Glazing bars

Modern windows are usually glazed with a single large sheet of glass per sash, while in the past were glazed with multiple panes separated by glazing bars, due to the unavailability of large sheets of glass. Today, glazing bars tend to be decorative, separating windows into small panes of glass even though larger pans are available, generally in a pattern chosen by the architectural style at use. Glazing bars are often wooden, but occasionally lead glazing bars soldered in place are used for more appealing patterns.

Stained glass windows are windows composed of pieces of coloured glass, frequently portraying people or scenes. Typically the glasses in these windows are separated by lead glazing bars. Stained glass windows were popular in Victorian houses and are very common in churches.