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Light-altering products for your projects

London-based bespoke door and window manufacturer moves to bigger premises

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Specify bespoke glazing for beautiful results: Maxlight opening corner.
Specify bespoke glazing for beautiful results: Maxlight opening corner. Credit: Stylus Architects and Chris Snook photographer

Maxlight’s products are all designed to meet one crucial aim: to let natural light into a space.

It is important for a home to feel warm, welcoming and bright - and light has the power to do just that.

Every light-altering product Maxlight designs is bespoke. It has always designed and hand-made each piece with pride in its London workshop.

This year - while many other companies were outsourcing their manufacturing - it moved its operations to an even bigger site. That means even more space for creating space-enhancing pieces for customers.

From traditional aluminum to modern structural glazing, each Maxlight piece incorporates the best elements of traditional glass-making craft with the clean lines and striking visual look of modern design. And, of course, every item is built to the highest standard using the best materials.

Maxlight's new London workshop is located in Ealing.

  • Maxlight's new workshop in Ealing, London.
    Maxlight's new workshop in Ealing, London.
  • Maxlight opening corner.
    Maxlight opening corner. Credit: Peter Morris Architects and Adelina Iliev photographer
  • Maxlight Pivot door.
    Maxlight Pivot door. Credit: Proctor & Shaw architects and Radu Palicica photographer
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For more information and technical support, visit maxlight.co.uk


Contact:
0208 896 0700
sales@maxlight.co.uk


 

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