GGF Shop - Now open for business

The GGF has launched a new online bookshop to increase the readership of the GGF library by offering shoppers a new online space to order printed copies of GGF publications.

The GGF Shop contains a comprehensive range of technical, health and safety and consumer publications to help companies and individuals throughout the industry work to the highest standards.The new retail web site aims to deliver printed copies of GGF information not only to GGF Members but also to a much wider construction industry audience of architects, specifiers, designers, builders and building managers.Covering the full range of GGF titles, the GGF Shop is split into 10 product areas that include all the GGF’s Technical Data Sheets, Practice Guides, Consumer leaflets and Health and Safety publications.The site also offers the GGF’s suite of consumer leaflets, providing guidance on the GGF’s consumer protection and the GGF Conciliation Scheme, as well as independent advice aimed to increase homeowners’ confidence when buying and installing glass and glazing. To browse products, create an account and order today please visit; the GGF Shop works Easy to purchase any hard copy publication anytime, so when the GGF is closed outside working hours, you can still order direct from the GGF Shop Easy to browse with front cover images and comprehensive descriptions of every publication to help you find the right publication for your business Guaranteed delivery within 14 days of order Direct links from the Shop to the GGF publications downloads GGF Members enjoy an average of 75% savings off the non-members retail price for printed copies Exclusive special cost price rates for Members ordering over 1000 printed copiesThe GGF Shop is an online space where visitors can explore the GGF library and purchase hard printed copies but online shoppers can also still freely download electronic copies of some GGF documents that are already in the public domain, by visiting the GGF Website publications section.All GGF Members can still download every publication absolutely free from the Members Area of the GGF Website. Giles Willson, Deputy Chief Executive and Director of Technical Affairs commented, “The GGF Shop is an excellent way to access the GGF publications and will help Members and Non-Members get the information they need to help them do their jobs.It will also be useful for many others in the broader construction industry such as architects and specifiers to gain access to our technical content.” 

James Lee, Head of GGF Group Marketing and Communications added, “I am pleased to see the launch of this new retail web site. It will provide a much better service for companies wanting printed copies of the GGF publications for their customers and employees. Of course, for instant access to all GGF publications, Members will still be able to download our entire catalogue completely free of charge from the Members Area of the GGF website.”

GGF President Brian Baker officially opened the GGF Shop and commented, “It is a pleasure to open the online shop! I am sure it will be a welcome addition for GGF Members and all in the wider industry.”

To browse products, create an account and order today please visit;

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Date: 25 June 2015

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