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Insurance & New Work.


As one of the most common types of insurance claims, glass replacement is a very important part of any insurance policy for homes or businesses. To protect you and your property, residence or business any broken glass should be repaired as soon as possible. Keep people away from the any area where there is broken glass. Southern Glass provides a complete glass and glazing replacement service and specialise in helping individuals and companies deal with insurance claims.

How our insurance claim service works.

Due to our years of experience with insurance companies your insurance claim will be processed with the minimum of fuss. Here’s how simple it is:

  • Call Southern Glass & Glazing as soon as your glass needs replacing.
  • Your Glass is replaced.
  • Complete your insurance claim form.
  • Pay your insurance excess directly to southern Glass.
  • Southern Glass bills your insurance company.
  • Your insurance company pays Southern Glass the outstanding amount.

Southern glass handles insurance claims for clients insured by the major insurance companies. Companies to whom Southern Glass submit claims on behalf of clients include the following:

  • Allianz
  • AAMI
  • AAMI Business Insurance
  • AMP
  • ANZ
  • Australia Pensioners Insurance
  • CGU
  • Colonial Mutual
  • Commonwealth Bank – CommInsure
  • Defence Service Homes
  • GIO
  • ING
  • NRMA
  • Real
  • QBE
  • Vero
  • Westpac General Insurance

Call Southern Glass for all insurance claims in any of these areas:

Broken or shattered glass emergencies | Shop windows or other business premises | Household doors and windows | Replacement shower screens | Mirrors | Internal glass panels | Safety Glass | Kitchen splashbacks

New Work.

At Southern Glass we can supply any type of glass for any type of glazing job

Decorative glass

Decorative glass has patterns impressed into it, giving the surface a textured appearance; however, which means that it is only marginally less opaque than clear glass. Decorative glass is very effective and eye catching when used indoors on windows, and on furniture, such as table tops, counter tops or screens.

Frosted glass

Frosted glass is smooth to the touch and looks similar to satin. with frosted glass one side of the pane is acid etched, reducing the amount of light that can flow through the glass. Frosted glass is most commonly used on bathroom windows, shower screens and office partitions, where an increased level of privacy is required.

Tinted glass

Tinted glass has small quantities of metal oxides added to it during the manufacturing process, which allows colour absorption. The amount of light that tinted windows let through will depend on the colour and how thick the pane of glass is. Tinted glass is used most commonly in items such as bottles, glasses and other household items.

Translucent glass

This type of glass is often installed in bathroom and lavatory windows, as it almost completely obscures visibility, but still allows light to shine through.

Float clear glass

Float glass is the sheet glass from which most modern windows are made. It is uniform in thickness and has very flat surfaces. It comes in a variety of thicknesses and is invariably completely opaque.

Laminated glass

Laminated glass consists of two layers of glass with a laminated internal layer between them. This glass is very safe, and strong and the interlayer prevents the glass breaking into small pieces when it is smashed or broken. Also known as safety glass it is used in areas or situations were there is an increased risk of breakage – for example where children frequent such as schools or internal glass doors in family homes.

Toughened glass

This is glass that is heat treated in order to increase its strength. This process means that it is extremely difficult to break. This type of glass crumbles if it’s smashed, making it an ideal safety option as these small chunks are less dangerous and less likely to cause harm than shards of broken glass.

Solar glass

This is a more recent addition to the glazing options. It is a specially glazed glass that is prevents heat loss through windows and other glass surfaces, making it more energy efficient.

Leadlight glass

This is probably the oldest method of glazing and is still very popular today. Although leadlight glazing can be plain it is usually very colourful and decorative, often being found above and around front doors in an around areas like the Adelaide Hills. Of course most of us would have seen spectacular leadlights in church windows.


Call us today for all your glass repair or replacement needs. 8326 2391