Classroom Window and Door Replacement

We carried out the classroom window and door replacement project for Boughton Monchelsea Primary School during the summer holidays. Three of their classrooms had the old Crittal style of single glazed windows and doors.

Why Upgrade the Windows and Doors?

There were several reasons why the school wanted to upgrade the windows and doors. Firstly, the new double glazed windows and doors would lower the school’s carbon footprint. This is achieved with double glazing that retains heat more efficiently. This means that less energy is being used. Additionally, the new windows increase security due to a superior locking system and being glazed with safety glass. The new windows and doors also add a modern and contemporary look to the building bringing the classrooms in line with other parts of the school.

High Level Opening Windows

We installed a window winder system to ensure that staff can open the higher level windows safely and comfortably.

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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

In addition to building works, we also carry out works from window and hinge repairs through to complete aluminium and uPVC window and door installations.

Contact Waller Building and Glazing Services

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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