Secondary Glazing Stoke
The original Orme Boys’ School is listed for its special architectural and historic interest most particularly as an example of Gothic Revival architecture. The building shows various phases of construction stretching from its foundation in 1847 through the Edwardian period to the middle part of the 20th century. On this basis a level 3 building recording survey was undertaken on the building.
This development consisted of 113 bedrooms split across two blocks.
We were appointed as contractor to carry out the design, supply and installation of all aluminium windows and entrance doors to the new build 4 storey timber frame structure, comprising 77 student accommodation rooms. We also provided secondary glazing to the existing school which was to offer the remaining 36 rooms.
If installed correctly and with the right glass, our secondary glazing can reduce noise by as much as 80% (equivalent to 54dB) when using acoustic laminate glass. The most effective solution for tackling busy traffic pollution or if you live in an area that is vulnerable to multiple sources of excessive noise intrusion. It can also reduce heating bills by up to 10% and achieve a u value of 1.3 w/m2k* (figure based on single glazed (low e coated) secondary glazing with the application of thick curtains).
Interested in Aluminium Windows / Secondary Glazing Stoke?:
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