Tag Archives: polycarbonate glazing

Windows to the Past and Future: Solid Clear Polycarbonate in Restoring Architectural Heritage

In the tapestry of architectural history, the glazing of windows in railway stations and historic commercial buildings has undergone significant evolution. Traditionally, glass held a monopolistic presence, embodying both the elegance and fragility of a bygone era. However, as time unfurled, the drawbacks of traditional materials became increasingly evident, paving the way for the ascendancy… Read More »

Case Study – Lower Willingdon Pre-School Nursery, Eastbourne

An 8m long Twinfix canopy installed on the front of the Lower Willingdon Pre-School Nursery in Eastbourne is proving a great success.   With a 2.8m projection from the building and fitted with vertical glazing at both ends, Julie Langford, Nursery Manager, says it has made a tremendous difference to the nursery, with the extra space… Read More »