secondary glazing

secondary glazing

Any glazing added to an existing window, that forms a double window.
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A spokesman said: "Extraglaze secondary glazing is a real solution.
"With this building being a heritage asset and in a conservation area all materials facing Broad Street and Thornley Road will be constructed with traditional materials to include timber sash windows to be repaired where possible and new ones to match as well as secondary glazing." There will be two bedsits, four two bed flats and eight one bed flats.
Energy-saving improvements to community buildings, such as insulation, secondary glazing, energy efficient lighting, battery storage for solar panels or other low carbon energy generation measures.
"The judges were particularly impressed by the quality of workmanship and detailing, including delicate inclusions of lead-framed secondary glazing."
However, the assessment cannot break down which noise is from which source and recommends improvements to the noise environment on the facades facing the roads by way of secondary glazing or alternative measures."
| J & P Ditchfield, demolition of rear extension and construction of single-storey rear and two-storey side extensions, 31, Carrs Road, Marsden secondary glazing, Linthwaite Hall, Linfit Lane, Linthwaite.
Meanwhile 1cm thick secondary glazing will be added behind the historic street-facing windows in the flats' living areas to minimise disturbance from the busy streets outside.
An easy window film, such Secondary Glazing for the price of two, like this can be and is often finished hairdryer to create It isn't a permanent fraction of the double glazing throughout few The best way to retain that heat is to close the curtains or blinds when it starts to get dark.
An easy DIY solution is window film, such as Wickes Seasonal Secondary Glazing Film (PS6.89, or three for the price of two, Wickes).
Designed as an alternative to replacing windows with triple or secondary glazing, it provides a cheaper option for users who cannot replace their windows, whether this might be down to cost or home ownership.
Replacing single-glazed windows with double or triple-glazed ones (or even fitting secondary glazing) should make your home warmer, quieter and less prone to condensation.
They supply an efficient, slimline secondary glazing option that is suitable for period properties and costs are a fraction of the expense of replacing windows.