Crittall Windows to renew steel windows of Adelaide House

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Crittall Windows is to update the steel windows of Adelaide House after 100 years.

The steel window and door manufacturer is to return to the building located on the north bank of the Thames after securing a contract to replace the century old windows with a modern steel replica.

As a historic Grade II Listed office block, a statement said that there are strict planning requirements and restrictions that need to be met. Therefore, the Corporate W20 EVO windows fitted with 20mm insulated glass unit have been chosen for this particular project.

The Corporate W20 EVO’s meet specific building limitations and also replicate the slim sightlines and hardware design of the original products manufactured by Crittall Windows in the early 1920s.

Russell Ager, managing director at Crittall Windows, said: “It is an incredible privilege to be asked to return to Adelaide House a century after we manufactured the windows in this iconic building.

“It is essential the new steel windows perfectly complement the aesthetic of this incredible property and meet the necessary planning requirements, so we have opted for our versatile Corporate W20 EVO windows. Their fantastic appearance and impressive performance will make the perfect addition to the building which is undergoing a huge refurbishment to transform the space into top specification offices on London’s riverside.”

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