Within walking distance of London’s Oxford Street, Premier Public Relations’ office is a 19th century industrial building that features Selectaglaze secondary glazing.
Selectaglaze fitted four noise reducing secondary glazing units in a luxury residential property in a converted warehouse in East London.
For a theatre restoration project, Selectaglaze secondary glazing was installed to improve acoustic efficiency and sustainability to its arched casement windows.
This Grade II Listed heritage building in the Royal Borough of Greenwich now features secondary glazing from Selectaglaze.
Worship and contemplation can take place without interruption in the St Patrick’s cavernous Grade II Listed Church, following the installation of Selectaglaze acoustic secondary glazing
The Grade II Listed Hindmarsh Hall was originally one of three granaries and then later used as a grain store; it now features Selectaglaze secondary glazing.
Next door to Bellingham Station in London is the Grade II Listed Fellowship Inn. Selectaglaze assisted the building’s refurbishment with its secondary glazing.
Jesus Church in Troutbeck, a countryside village in the Lake District, features Selectaglaze secondary glazing.
Selectaglaze recently helped to improve 74 Trumpington Street with the addition of curved on plan and standard secondary glazing.
Selectaglaze recently supplied a thermal solution with acoustic benefits to the Grade II* Listed Blue Mills in Witham, Essex.