Glazing & Secondary Glazing
We carry out re-glazing work in a variety of types of glass as required by the customer or by Building Regulations. For instance we can replace damaged single glazing with reclaimed glass of a similar type or use 4mm float glass. We can provide frosted glass from a variety of suppliers to try and match the clients' existing pattern and we can provide laminated or toughened glass to windows where requested or required.
We can supply new sashes to match original profiles exactly with double glazed units fitted in them. These can be toughened, leaded or patterned as required.
You can preserve the charm, style and integrity of your original windows and gain all the benefits of double glazing when you install secondary glazing.
Our secondary glazing is supplied fully assembled and comprises of an aluminium outer frame jointed to a seasoned hardwood surround.
These will help to reduce heat loss and noise ingress to single glazed windows of all shapes and sizes.
Our secondary glazing comprises of an aluminium outer frame joined to a seasoned hardwood surround which allows for a neat, unobtrusive installation even in the most difficult situations. The system offers a high level of security with easy access to the primary glazing.
Our secondary glazing is suitable for all types of premises including Grade I and Grade II listed buildings, schools, colleges, hospitals, universities, hotels and commercial buildings.
We have a comprehensive range of styles to suit just about every application, including Horizontal Sliders, Hinged Units, Vertical Sliders as well as Balanced Vertical Sliders and Tilt-In Balanced Vertical Sliders. We can supply frames in White, Sliver or Brown as standard. We can also provide a wide range of glass types, such as clear, patterned, toughened, laminated and acoustic.
Secondary glazing can be an extremely effective barrier to intrusive noise and a great solution to draughty, cold spots on existing windows. It can provide additional security to single glazed windows and lets less heat escape.
A range of designs and styles can be manufactured for use in all properties including Grade 1 and 2 listed buildings and within conservation areas.
It is easy to fit and is cost effective and is very popular in conservation areas where the existing external windows cannot be changed. It is ideal near busy roads, airports, train lines or where your existing windows are draughty. Even if you have double glazing already you may still find a useful improvement by fitting secondary glazing. It is incredibly versatile making it easy to match your existing windows so that your secondary glazing blends in unobtrusively with your chosen style of living.