Many windows in older, more traditional properties are out of square. In most cases, standard secondary glazing can be installed, by shaping of the timber sub frame and the use of bespoke finishing trims. Where this is not possible, we can manufacture arched, curved and bespoke secondary windows. Our bespoke secondary windows retain original characteristics, whilst taking advantage of design, material and production advances.
Stained glass, leaded lights and historic glass can all be secondary glazed. From arched and bay windows, to curved and circular glass, Granada has the facilities to curve and bend sections, as well as the expertise to produce angled secondary windows.
Through our previous renovations of churches and historic buildings, we have a wide range of existing styles and templates, which we can modify to save on set-up costs. The full RAL colour range for frame finishes is available, as well as other special paint finishes.