The panes of glass for the structural glass link were cut to shape prior to installation, ensuring the heritage-style listed building finishes were taken into consideration and sympathetically designed around. This included a number of bespoke shaped panes, curving around the building's external finishes to maintain its historic charm.
Steel supports were used within the structural glass roof, offering support to ensure the supporting structure does not affect the integrity of the listed building.
When working on listed buildings or projects of this nature, IQ can engineer structural solutions to leave the original architecture virtually undisturbed.
Some of the items were specified with solar control coatings, where the glazing was south facing and to eliminate the risk of overheated spaces.
The modern glazing systems have allowed the homeowners to expand their useable space and create large indoor-outdoor living areas when the weather permits, all whilst maintaining the original character of the Grade II Listed building.
With all the glazing being fully thermally broken, the thermally insulated spaces do not compromise on modern performance values. Speak to a member of the technical team today to find out more about our experinece working on Listed Buildings.
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