At the centre of most communities lies a welcoming place of worship. Often the hub of smaller villages and the feature point of larger towns and cities, these historic and important buildings need to be preserved.
With limited funds available, cost and energy saving need to be met in the most efficient and effective way. Often the main issue can be heat loss due to the large single glazed windows which are draughty. The installation of secondary glazing helps to create a thermal break which reduces heat loss and improves the efficiency.
An added benefit of installing secondary glazing is the dramatic reduction in noise pollution, particularly for city churches who now find themselves on busy main roads. Our units have been proven to reduce noise levels by up to 35dB whilst maintaining a discreet composition and ensuring conservation guidelines are met.
Why choose Storm?
Storm bespoke secondary glazing ensures that the intricate nature of the feature windows is not compromised. The appearance of our units do not conflict with the historic nature of the building and increases the overall comfort to the visitors who are looking for a warm and quiet environment.