Recognised as one of London’s finest addresses, Sloane Street is home to two six storey buildings that have recently been renovated to provide office accommodation.
Selectaglaze’s secondary glazing was specified to provide thermal insulation for the buildings. The windows were manufactured using toughened safety glass with a low emissivity coating to achieve this.
To minimise the amount of noise pollution entering the buildings, the windows were individually measured and manufactured to ensure the closest fit possible.
Selectaglaze equipped the buildings with 95 windows with hinged and sliding systems. To compliment exterior design of the buildings, the windows chosen had curving bays and arched headed frames.
They were also painted white to suit the establishments’ interior.
Selectaglaze’s secondary glazing products are tested through the company’s ISO 9001 accreditation and LPCB.
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