Founded in 1966, Royal Warrant holder Selectaglaze is the country’s leading designer, manufacturer and installer of secondary glazing.
The Company has considerable experience of working within Listed and sensitive buildings and has also cooperated with English Heritage on a test programme to assess the thermal performance of window treatments in listed buildings.
Products are fully tested and assessed for performance and twice yearly quality audits are conducted through the company’s ISO 9001 accreditation with LPCB.
An extensive range of literature and guidance notes covering acoustics, thermal performance and added security is offered together with a technical advisory service and a RIBA approved CPD Seminar.
Phone: 01727 837271
Fax: 01727 844053
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