Crittall Windows found proof of the value of repeat business as well as the longevity of its products when it was called back to replace the windows it installed 100 years ago in the iconic Adelaide House on the banks of the Thames.

The company was already nearly 100 years old when it was called on the first time to what is now Grade II Listed building and now, a century on, it has secured the contract to replace them with their 21st Century equivalents, made with its Corporate W20 EVO system.

“It is an incredible privilege to be asked to return to Adelaide House a century after we manufactured the windows in this iconic building,” said MD Russell Ager.

“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.”

Picture: Adelaide House as it is today (Credit ScottBrownrigg)  alongside how it featured in Crittall’s 1925 brochure

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