School Hall Window Replacement

This school hall window replacement project was the latest installment in a programme of works to upgrade all of the school’s windows. Within the works was a structural element which was required due to the current roof having dropped in areas.

The reason for the failing roof was that the original wooden window cills had rotted away causing the windows to move and the roof drop. When we removed the original windows, we installed new engineered steels, which when in position ensured the integrity of the roof, making it safe and secure. In addition we installed new aluminium framed double glazed windows and metallic white panels. As well as this, we added hand window winders to open high level windows to ensure easy opening and provide ventilation.

High Level Works

To address the challenge of working at high level, scaffolding was required both internally and externally in order to install the windows safely.

With a large area of the school’s windows now being upgraded, we look forward to completing the project in the near future.

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Building Services We Provide In Schools

The building services we provide include smaller refurbishments through to extensions and new builds. The services we provide include anything that a school would require. This includes, toilet and kitchen refurbishments. We also install fencing, flooring and carry out complete new builds. Check out our website case studies to view projects that we have recently completed.

Glazing Services We Provide In Schools

We carry out works from window and hinge repairs through to complete aluminium and uPVC window and door installations.

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Based in Sittingbourne, Kent, we carry out works throughout the south east of England. If you would like a quotation on any size of building or glazing project please contact us. Telephone – 01795 424435. Additionally email

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