Rose Hill Church, Chesterfield
Built in 1822, Rose Hill United Reform Church is a Grade II listed building located in Chesterfield. Given its heritage, the building is in great condition, however the church had been losing heat through its large stained-glass windows.
Granada were called upon to manufacture and install a bespoke secondary glazing solution that enhanced thermal performance, whilst retaining the building’s original character.
Horizontal sliders and lift-out windows were installed to enhance thermal performance. Discreet aluminium frames align with existing mullions and transoms, ensuring existing stained-glass details remain prominent, whilst providing easy cleaning access.
Low emissivity glass helped to achieve a U-value of 1.868W/m2K, resulting in a dramatic reduction in heating costs.
Products: Horizontal Slider, Lift-Out
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