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Broken Glass Replacement

Haynes replace broken glass for windows, doors and screens for the home or shopfront. Our glass repair team covers the whole Auckland region and provided safety glass isnt required, can typically get your glass installed the following day.


Proudly 100% NZ owned and operated. Your quintessential kiwi glass company.

Servicing Auckland for over 25 years. Our glaziers are equipped with all the necessary tools to carry out prompt new glazing work or glass repairs. Our staff take pride in their professionalism and are proficient in all forms of glazing, so your glass will be replaced in the fastest possible time!

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Safety Glass

Haynes always glaze in strict accordance with NZS4223 - Human Impact Safety Requirements. In some cases (especially in bathrooms and high traffic areas) safety glass is required. You can generally identify whether your broken glass is saftey glass as toughened glass will shatter into small fragments and laminated glass tends to crack but stay held together with its thin interlayer of plastic.


Insurance Claims

Most types of glass breakages around the house are covered under your home and contents policy. We deal with all the major insurance companies so if youve had an accident and its covered, simply provide us with your policy and claim number then we will handle the rest.


Range of Glass Types

We stock and supply all modern styles of glass including clear, frosted, opaque laminate, textured patterns, tinted / uv rated glass and two-way reflective. (Note: some older patterns may be discontinued)

Frequently Asked


Glazing Questions

What is the best way to book a reglaze, table top or new cat door?

The fastest and easiest way to get someone around to fix a broken window or cat door is to call us up on 0800 580 680 between 8am and 4pm. We will get you a quote over the phone and can make a booking there and then. For table tops, contact us with your sizes and let us know if a template or shape is required. We will give you an estimate and give advice as to which type of glass is most suitable.

What shapes can you cut for a table top?

We can cut most geometric shapes and patterns or round corners on the glass. The best thing to do in the case of a more complex pattern is to bring in a cardboard or mdf template for us to make the shape to.

Can you just supply the glass?

Yes, we can supply glass cut to size and have it ready for you to pick up from our factory. We also offer a delivery service for the Auckland area at a good price.

I'm not sure if I need safety glass. How can I find out?

For broken glass, an easy way to tell is in the way it has shattered. Toughened glass shatters into many tiny little pieces. Laminated glass will break into shards but generally stay held together by the clear inner film. Ordinary glass breaks into shards and will fall from the frame. Unbroken safety glass around the house will normally have a safety glass stamp. If you are still unsure or have new windows or doors to be glazed, simply let us know the size and location in the house and we will advise over the phone or via email (bathroom windows almost always require safety glass).

What brands of cat door do you install?

We usually install 'Catwalk' brand, but can also supply and install your own. There are three common sizes available. From small cats through to small dogs. For more information on the cat doors visit:

Can you cut holes or install a cat door into an existing piece of glass?

We can cut holes into existing class for cat doors, provided the glass isn't safety glass. While we have an very high success rate with cutting holes into existing glass, we take 'all care, no responsibility' for the existing glass breaking.


Custom Styles

frosted glass
Etchlite / Opalescent

Our two obscure glass styles. Opalescent is a laminated safety glass with a translucent 'white' interlayer. Available in different grades of transparency, this has a smooth finish. Etchlite is a single sheet with a rough 'frosted' texture. Both styles are commonly used in bathrooms as they have good light transmission properties whilst providing excellent privacy.

Broad and Narrow Reeded

A uniform 'wave' pattern creating lines across the glass. Either horizontal or vertically. Broadreeded is further spaced from peak to peak.

Stippolite / Roughcast

A rough, random, stippled texture. Roughcast has slightly larger 'speckles'.


A fine, uniform 'squares' pattern.

Tinted / Reflective

Standard and safety glass in grey, bronze, green or blue tint. One side of the glass can be made with a reflective coating, enabling you to see out but not in (reverses with lighting). Reflective glass also comes in various tints.

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