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George Clarke’s seal of approval

Any of you who watch 'The Restoration Man' who saw the 2nd January episode will be forgiven for thinking this was a show about just the windows in this project. There was a lot of focus on the windows as, George Clarke, the architect and presenter tried to persuade the clients Ali and Matt Grey to choose steel windows for their renovation of a Victorian pumping station in Darnicle Hill, Cheshunt, Hertfordshire. The windows eventually chosen were from the OS2 range of our Italian systems supplier Secco Sistemi and were steel windows finished in a matt black paint finish.
Both clients and presenter were very happy with the end result and that is testament to a very good system and a very good fabricator and installer Wellington Glazing. The ultra slim thermally broken OS2 system is ideal for period buildings yet still provides U Values of around 1.5/1.6w/m2k. As well as being available in painted steel the system can come in stainless steel, Corten steel and Bronze.