Historic and Listed buildings
There are many historic homes and buildings where the original windows are integral to the style and value of the structure. Fitting secondary glazing allows you to enjoy 21st century comfort whilst maintaining the integrity of the original window.
Secondary glazing insulates historic buildings against cold and draughts and reduces exterior noise such as traffic and aircraft.
Windows are fitted internally, without affecting original frames and panes and without the need for expensive exterior scaffolding.
Reducing your costs
Secondary glazing lowers the level of heat required to maintain your home’s optimum temperature. Security locks and toughened glass on ground floor windows also help to reduce your insurance premiums, without the need to fit obtrusive metal grilles.
In a variety of styles, bespoke sizes and accessories, secondary glazing is manufactured from aluminium alloy 6063T6 in accordance with BS EN 755 standard. Rigid and warp free, maintenance of the 60 micron polyester powder finish requires no more than the occasional wipe.