Gillingham Library Window Installation Project Begins
Waller Glazing Services has just started this window installation at Gillingham library. The old windows were past their best and not performing to modern standards. We are installing the new uPVC windows on behalf of Medway Council.
The new windows will provide improved thermal efficiency which means less heat loss in the winter months. As a result this should reduce the heating costs and save money on bills. We look forward to completing the project and upgrading the building in Gillingham.
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Commercial building is a growth area for Waller Building. We work in the education and healthcare sectors. The retail sector is also an area of growth. This is due to many warehouse developments in the south east. We install toilet and kitchen areas. We also install commercial window and doors. For examples of our services, take a look at our commercial glazing case studies.
Waller Building and Glazing
In the last 25 years, Waller Building has worked on many commercial projects. Our reputation is growing fast. The services provided range from refurbishment through to extensions and complete new builds. Additionally our glazing department repairs windows and glass. We also install uPVC and aluminium windows and doors. One of the major areas that we are continuing grow is window replacement in schools. Waller Associates is Fensa, Chas, Constructionline and safecontractor approved. We would also be happy to give you a price for any refurbishment works.
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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 glazing projects, please contact us. Call 01795 424435 or email email@example.com
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