Storm is a family-run company, specialising in the manufacture and installation of bespoke secondary glazing to listed, classic and historic properties around the country.
Secondary glazing means creating an internal window, on the inside of the original window, which is not visible on the outside of the building.
Our range of secondary glazing products enables us to find a solution for many different types of windows, including sash, casement and York sliders, along with the shaping of Gothic, Norman and Ogee arches. We have also developed our system to allow us to manufacture certain styles of our glazing in a ‘curved-in-plan’ condition.
This system is used when regular ventilation is required. It can be mounted within the 'staff beads' of a vertical sliding sash window, allowing the lower panel to be opened and enabling the retention of working internal shutters. This is an important priority when satisfying the requirements of Conservation Officers.
Our Slimline System offers the ideal solution for those wanting to benefit from modern standards of noise, heat retention and security but without compromising the character of their building. An ultra-thin lightweight framework means its visibility is kept to an absolute minimum to the extent where you have to look very closely to 'spot the difference' in the before and after views.
This system is used when regular ventilation is required and is ideal for side hung casement windows. Its ultra-thin lightweight framework means that its visibility is kept to an absolute minimum.
This system is used when regular ventilation is required. It can be mounted within the 'staff beads' of a sash window, allowing the upper pane to be opened whilst the lower pane remains fixed and enabling the retention of working internal shutters.
Storm Windows engineering background has enabled us to push the boundaries of secondary glazing manufacture. Our engineering experience allows us to create secondary glazing which accommodates primary windows of nearly any shape.