What do you do when the beautiful windows in your listed, historic or classic building become a cause for concern?
There’s no need to worry - simply contact us to speak about our bespoke secondary glazing. Individual and extremely discreet, our slimline secondary system keeps in the warmth, reduces everyday noise, is completely reversible and is an acceptable solution to conservation officers and heritage organisations alike.
Creating a Warmer Home
Increasing energy bills necessitate the need for secondary glazing, rather than letting heat escape through old windows. Our units produce a thermal break, therefore cutting out draughts and retaining heat in each room, making your home a much more comfortable environment.
For more information on the thermal performance of our secondary glazing, please read the independent study carried out by Historic Scotland on our units.
An added benefit to installing secondary glazing is the dramatic reduction in noise pollution. Bespoke secondary glazing offers an effective way of reducing sound and can outperform normal double glazing due to the wider air space between panes.
Whether your property is listed, in a conservation area, or you just have period windows that you want to preserve, Storm’s range of secondary glazing is able to provide a sympathetic solution to every style of window. From Gothic, Norman, Ogee to Bow/Arch top, out-of-square is no challenge and even curved-in-plan sash windows can be produced.
How we work
We are a friendly, family-run company, which aims to provide an individual approach to sales by responding only to direct enquiries. Please contact us with your enquiry, to get honest and professional secondary glazing advice.
Long Mynd House is a National Trust property built in the late 1800’s and was modified to the then fashionable Swiss style in the 1920’s, it is home to Area Warden, David Cowell who helps manage the estate!more info