Selectaglaze was recently chosen to help refurbish a Grade I Listed church in Much Hadham village, in Hertfordshire, that dates back as far as Saxon times.
Located on the banks of the River Thames in leafy West London, Selectaglaze secondary glazing has helped improve the thermal, acoustic and security properties of one of London’s historic palaces.
Selectaglaze was recently chosen to help covert three Georgian Listed buildings in Berkshire into 53 stylish apartments.
Selectaglaze was recently chosen to aid the refurbishment of the Grade II Listed 30 Euston Square building
The Historic Dockyard at Chatham in Kent, one of the Royal Navy’s main facilities for 400 years until it closed in 1984, has received secondary glazing from Selectaglaze.
Selectaglaze, a specialist designer of Secondary Glazing systems, recently helped to improve environmental controls at the old St Albans Town Hall.
Selectaglaze has recently helped preserve the UK’s first Supreme Court with the addition of its secondary glazing.
Selectaglaze recently helped a 500-year-old Grade II* Listed Tudor building to improve its thermal performance and tackle issues with damp.
The Arch London Hotel cleverly blends Georgian architecture and inspired contemporary touches and features Selectaglaze secondary glazing.
A 600 year old house in Kent has received a secondary glazing solution, courtesy of Selectaglaze.