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  • Eco Homes Excellent rating - Albany House and Mortimer
    confirmed they will now install the new secondary glazing 2 weeks ahead of their normal production run allocation John Sinnott Managing Director Oakland Building Services Ltd Sectors Back to browse Sectors Churches Education Healthcare Housing Hotels leisure Museums libraries Office Home owner Heritage View Sectors Technical Library Case Studies Back to browse Case Studies Churches Heritage Healthcare Housing Government Education Hotels and Leisure Office Museums and Libraries View Case Studies Contact News Events Albany House Mortimer Street Warm and Peaceful Living above the 24 7 Society Client Crown Estate Regent Street is having a makeover Many of its properties are being rejuvenated a recent example is the conversion of two disused office buildings one Albany House on the corner of Regent St and Mortimer St and another in Mortimer St creating twenty four high spec luxury apartments This presented the challenge of creating a comfortable and peaceful living environment in an area constantly on the go Being Grade II listed the original single glazed sash windows could not be altered in any way so careful thought had to be given to dealing with traffic noise and the drafts and heat loss associated with older windows Selectaglaze developed a range of

    Original URL path: http://www.selectaglaze.co.uk/case-studies/housing/albany-house-and-mortimer (2016-02-18)
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  • Gorgeous Grade II Listed Property Warm and Draught free
    Benefits Warmer Quieter Safer Selectaglaze our preferred secondary glazing company have pulled out all the stops for us and have confirmed they will now install the new secondary glazing 2 weeks ahead of their normal production run allocation John Sinnott Managing Director Oakland Building Services Ltd Sectors Back to browse Sectors Churches Education Healthcare Housing Hotels leisure Museums libraries Office Home owner Heritage View Sectors Technical Library Case Studies Back to browse Case Studies Churches Heritage Healthcare Housing Government Education Hotels and Leisure Office Museums and Libraries View Case Studies Contact News Events Gorgeous Grade II Listed Childhood home of L P Hartley Built between 1841 and 1847 this Grade II Listed property was the childhood home for novelist L P Hartley whose most well known novel is The Go Between The traditional brick building is spread over many levels has high ceilings and a number of different sized original single glazed windows throughout the house which rendered it thermally inefficient cold and draughty A technical advisor from Selectaglaze visited to make an initial assessment of all the windows that needed to be treated It was not going to be an easy task due to the number of different sizes and the composition of the original windows some metal frame some wooden A total of 40 windows have been treated thus far using a selection of three window styles hinged sliding and lift out in three different colours A number of windows with working shutters were treated with Selectaglaze s ultra slim Series 47 hinged system which was able to sit tight behind the shutters allowing continued operation The result is a work of art and is also saving the family money as Selectaglaze s secondary glazing markedly reduces heat loss and high performance seals almost eliminate draughts leading to

    Original URL path: http://www.selectaglaze.co.uk/case-studies/housing/gorgeous-gradeii (2016-02-18)
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  • Low emissivity glass dramatically reduces U-Values
    will now install the new secondary glazing 2 weeks ahead of their normal production run allocation John Sinnott Managing Director Oakland Building Services Ltd Sectors Back to browse Sectors Churches Education Healthcare Housing Hotels leisure Museums libraries Office Home owner Heritage View Sectors Technical Library Case Studies Back to browse Case Studies Churches Heritage Healthcare Housing Government Education Hotels and Leisure Office Museums and Libraries View Case Studies Contact News Events Denton House Contemporary comfort in Listed property Client private individual Nestling in the beautiful Oxfordshire countryside sections of this magnificent three storey Grade II Listed building date back to the 16th century The house its grounds and numerous outbuildings has been a family home for the past 42 years With spiralling fuel costs the owners felt the time had come to investigate ways of providing a warm and draught free home Serious consideration was therefore given to thermally insulating the windows A total of forty seven sash and casement windows needed to be treated many with existing wooden shutters which were to be retained It was also essential that the windows remained fully operational to facilitate cleaning and maintenance without introducing additional sightlines Several rooms feature 17th and 18th

    Original URL path: http://www.selectaglaze.co.uk/case-studies/housing/denton-house (2016-02-18)
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  • The Old Smithy – warm and quiet with secondary windows
    pulled out all the stops for us and have confirmed they will now install the new secondary glazing 2 weeks ahead of their normal production run allocation John Sinnott Managing Director Oakland Building Services Ltd Sectors Back to browse Sectors Churches Education Healthcare Housing Hotels leisure Museums libraries Office Home owner Heritage View Sectors Technical Library Case Studies Back to browse Case Studies Churches Heritage Healthcare Housing Government Education Hotels and Leisure Office Museums and Libraries View Case Studies Contact News Events The Old Smithy The Old Smithy Client Ms Vanessa Murray The Old Smithy is a beautiful thatched listed building in Bedfordshire dating back to the mid 17 th Century Still operating as a smithy in 1925 at the time of the rating Valuation Act it was described as having a parlour kitchen pantry scullery and office with three bedrooms upstairs in the attics Sometime after this entry the property became a family home However the current owner found it to be draughty and being located on a busy main road was in need of noise insulation Selectaglaze treated a total of 17 windows in an assortment of shapes and sizes some of which were finished in brown to

    Original URL path: http://www.selectaglaze.co.uk/case-studies/housing/old-smithy (2016-02-18)
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  • Hotel Indigo Boutique hotel quiet & peaceful interior
    company have pulled out all the stops for us and have confirmed they will now install the new secondary glazing 2 weeks ahead of their normal production run allocation John Sinnott Managing Director Oakland Building Services Ltd Sectors Back to browse Sectors Churches Education Healthcare Housing Hotels leisure Museums libraries Office Home owner Heritage View Sectors Technical Library Case Studies Back to browse Case Studies Churches Heritage Healthcare Housing Government Education Hotels and Leisure Office Museums and Libraries View Case Studies Contact News Events Hotel Indigo Bank conversion and now a boutique hotel Client Hotel Indigo London Hotel Indigo located on the edge of the Square Mile is a four star hotel part of the worldwide InterContinental Hotels Group Occupying what was formerly an office building and bank conversion to a boutique hotel and restaurant was a major architectural and interior design undertaking As part of the conversion it was decided to replace the windows with double glazed frames but standard double glazing does not provide the levels of sound insulation required by guests The solution was to install secondary glazing thus creating triple glazing which offered noise insulation in excess of 45dB and further improved the energy performance of

    Original URL path: http://www.selectaglaze.co.uk/case-studies/hotels-and-leisure/hotel-indigo (2016-02-18)
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  • Noise Egress – Bespoke secondary applied to primary
    for us and have confirmed they will now install the new secondary glazing 2 weeks ahead of their normal production run allocation John Sinnott Managing Director Oakland Building Services Ltd Sectors Back to browse Sectors Churches Education Healthcare Housing Hotels leisure Museums libraries Office Home owner Heritage View Sectors Technical Library Case Studies Back to browse Case Studies Churches Heritage Healthcare Housing Government Education Hotels and Leisure Office Museums and Libraries View Case Studies Contact News Events Halle Orchestra The halle orchestra silenced by selectaglaze Client Halle concerts society Grade II listed St Peters Church in Ancoats Manchester has had a refurbishment and is now home to the Halle Orchestra Sound tests revealed a problem internally with the clarity in the rehearsal space and potential noise outbreak Acousticians Sound Space Design proposed treatments to remedy these problems The internal noise issues were treated with sound reflecting Sound Sails within the space using a series of pulleys To ensure the excessive noise during concerts was contained within the venue so not to affect local residents secondary glazing was used to treat the windows Excessive noise can be a contentious issue especially to those living or working in the vicinity of a

    Original URL path: http://www.selectaglaze.co.uk/case-studies/hotels-and-leisure/halle-orchestra (2016-02-18)
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  • Acoustic screens & Low emissivity glass low U-Values
    confirmed they will now install the new secondary glazing 2 weeks ahead of their normal production run allocation John Sinnott Managing Director Oakland Building Services Ltd Sectors Back to browse Sectors Churches Education Healthcare Housing Hotels leisure Museums libraries Office Home owner Heritage View Sectors Technical Library Case Studies Back to browse Case Studies Churches Heritage Healthcare Housing Government Education Hotels and Leisure Office Museums and Libraries View Case Studies Contact News Events Supreme Court Selectaglaze at the Supreme Court Client Department for Constitutional Affairs Located on Parliament Square opposite the Houses of Parliament is the UK s first Supreme Court which is now in a Grade II Listed building One key objective for the refurbishment was to achieve BREEAM rating Very Good which required significant improvement in the thermal efficiency of the windows The external windows could not be modified hence secondary glazing was used The use of low emissivity glass within the secondary window lowers the U Value to below 2 0 Sound insulation was equally important for the proceedings of a Court Glazed windows with a thick laminated glass can reduce noise levels by more than 45dB and markedly improved the security of this sensitive building The

    Original URL path: http://www.selectaglaze.co.uk/case-studies/listed-buildings/supreme-court (2016-02-18)
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  • Convex curved on plan secondary units noise insulation
    now install the new secondary glazing 2 weeks ahead of their normal production run allocation John Sinnott Managing Director Oakland Building Services Ltd Sectors Back to browse Sectors Churches Education Healthcare Housing Hotels leisure Museums libraries Office Home owner Heritage View Sectors Technical Library Case Studies Back to browse Case Studies Churches Heritage Healthcare Housing Government Education Hotels and Leisure Office Museums and Libraries View Case Studies Contact News Events Vintners Association Complicated convex curves and elusive ellipticals Client Overbury Renowned as the spiritual home of the Vintners Association Five Kings House underwent a major refurbishment Standing on the site of the original Vintners Hall dating back to 1446 it succumbed to the Great Fire of London and was rebuilt in 1671 suffering another blow in 1822 with the loss of several rooms and its façade during the widening of Upper Thames Street The present façade dates back to 1910 When surveyors CB Richard Ellis approached Selectaglaze to handle the secondary glazing for noise insulation an essential part of the brief was to produce a convex curved on plan hinged unit to match the contours of a number of the existing primary windows This particular treatment using slimline secondary windows

    Original URL path: http://www.selectaglaze.co.uk/case-studies/office/vintners (2016-02-18)
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