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How Does Acoustic Glass Work

10th August 2018

Anyone living close to central London, the main road or an airport will know, noise pollution is a serious issue. It’s been proven to cause hypertension and the sleep prevention it causes can spill out into your life as levels in concentration begin to dip. That aside it can be particularly annoying when you’re trying […]

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Tips and Tricks on Maintaining Custom Windows

7th August 2018

Just like any appliance or feature in your house, other parts need regular maintenance too – and that includes your custom windows. Proper maintenance is a vital part of keeping your sash, casement or other windows in good working condition and helping them last longer. It doesn’t even have to be weekly maintenance work, annual maintenance […]

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Soundproof Windows vs Secondary Glazing

11th July 2018

What Are Soundproof Windows? A revelation in noise reduction, soundproof windows are the total solution to the problem of noise pollution in London. Tackling every aspect of intrusive noise, our acoustic insulation windows utilise the following in order to make your property peaceful and serene: laminated glass to dull sound waves the space between panes […]

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What are casement windows?

Casement windows are a type of window that is attached to the frame by one or more hinges. They can serve as a good method for acoustic control to filter loud noises outside your home when paired with the right choice of quality glass. Casement windows are moveable windows that have hinges or pivots at […]

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What Is Soundproofing?

Soundproofing is the practice of making your property resistant to the often annoying noise pollution that the city invariably offers every residence. There are a few things that you can do to soundproof your home – one of which we can help you with! What Can Be Done To Soundproof A Property? Rather simply, the […]

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So how many decibels are ‘healthy’?

31st October 2017

It’s not a question that many of us know the answer to. But it’s an important one, and for us, it’s an absolutely essential one – especially when we’re doing our first calculations at a property during an initial visit. ‘Zero’ decibel is the so-called hearing threshold for the human ear. (That doesn’t mean there’s […]

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