Storm Windows Limited

BESPOKE SECONDARY GLAZING FOR HISTORIC AND LISTED BUILDINGS


Storm Windows’ slim-line, colour-matched frames are unique in the UK, being virtually invisible from both the interior and exterior.


Fitted to many Grade I and Grade II listed buildings following consultation with Conservation Officers, they offer not only excellent heat retention but a considerable reduction in noise levels.


The hand crafted window systems are used in many National Trust properties such as Long Mynd House, Hanbury Hall and Snowshill Manor. They have also been used by the Church of England Diocese of Birmingham, the Royal Botanical Gardens, Kew and Historic Scotland in the refurbishment of the General Register House.

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Address

Unit 7, James Scott Road, Halesowen, West Midlands B63 2QT


Tel

01384 636365


Fax

01384 410307


Email

sales@stormwindows.co.uk


Website

www.stormwindows.co.uk



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