Hot on heritage
Tasked with replacing the tired timber windows of a traditional cottage, Essex-based Paxman Joineries recently specified the slimline heritage units of Slenderline Glass.
“We’re absolutely delighted to complete this fantastic project and thank Andy and the team at Slenderline for its support,” Kevin Robinson, managing director of Paxman Joineries, said.
The Kent-based glass specialists also supported Paxman Joineries on another recent project, working with traditional leaded lights. The Slenderline team set to work cleaning up the tired leadlights, completing a full restoration before they were incorporated into new sealed units.
Andy Cocker, director at Slenderline Glass said: “Advanced sealed units are our speciality, whether it’s bespoke or complex solutions for listed buildings, heritage properties or for use in conservation areas.”
Available in a full range of sizes to match any traditional rebate, Slenderline’s thermal performance is achieved through argon or krypton gas, and warm edge spacer bars from Edgetech.