- York Town House
This case study details the installation of secondary glazing at a beautiful Grade II listed town house in the City of York dating back to the 1840s.
- Long Mynd House
Storm has installed its bespoke secondary glazing into Long Mynd House, a National Trust property built in the late 1800’s - modified in the 1920's to the then fashionable Swiss style.
- Stirling Conservation Area
Built in the 1890’s and situated in a conservation area in the City of Stirling, this property is unique in having feature curved window frames and glass in two large bays at the front of the house.
- Pipers Hill Cottage
Piper’s Hill Cottage is a picture perfect, 16th century Grade II listed, thatched cottage made from a mixture of wood and wattle and daub panels which in places are as little as 6” thick. The windows are a mixture of original and newer panels and this combination makes heat loss and draughts a real challenge.
- Hill House
A Grade II listed Queen Anne property built in 1790, Hill House home to Sally, Duchess of Westminster from the 1960s up to her death in the late 1980s. It is famous not only for its beautiful gardens, established by the late Duchess, but also for the many society balls and parties held there. Important visitors such as members of the Royal Family have been welcomed there.
- The Old Chapel
The Grade II listed, Old Chapel, was originally built as a Methodist Hall in 1839. It was used regularly until 1994 when it was purchased by a local Head Master and his wife, for use as an Art School.
- The Huntsman
The Huntsman is a Grade II listed, former Coaching Inn, built in 1725. It's colourful history, includes rumours of frequent visits by Dick Turpin and of how the local Blacksmith put Turpin’s horse’s shoes on backwards in order to fool his pursuers that he was traveling in the other direction.
- Birmingham Back to Back Case Study
Built in the 1830s and situated in Birmingham’s modern theatre-land area, the Birmingham ‘Back to Backs’ are the last surviving buildings of their type in Birmingham and are now operated as a museum and three visitor cottages by the National Trust.
- Mere Hall Case Study
Mere Hall is one of the largest timber-framed buildings in the county and the only Grade I listed private dwelling in Worcestershire. The multi-gabled Grade I listed house was built in 1610, though there are remnants of a house begun in 1337 within the structure.
- The George Hotel Case Study
The George Hotel and Brasserie, is a Grade II listed building, situated just off the A1 between Huntingdon and St Neots, in the historic village of Buckden in Cambridgeshire. Built around 1740 as a Coaching Inn, it has long been a traditional resting place for weary travellers on their journey between York and London along the old Great North Road.
- The Birch Corporation Case Study
Learn how Storm Windows helped the Birch Corporation achieve the World Health Organisation's noise recommendations in its modern properties, despite the challenge of the elevated railway which runs at the back of the properties.
Mrs March, Derbyshire
"The heating bills are considerably reduced and we noticed how much warmer the house was immediately.”
Mrs Jennifer Hall, Shropshire
“We will be in touch (eventually) to have the rest of the windows done. Look forward to dealing with you again. PS: We are telling our friends about you!”
Mrs Jane Dwerryhouse-Spears, Hertfordshire
“Very pleased to recommend you and Graeme Lloyd. We have noticed a substantial noise reduction immediately and are looking forward to a warmer winter”