Granada Secondary Glazing has opened a dedicated operation in Scotland to provide specific secondary glazing solutions north of the border.
The company’s Mike Latham said: “Having spoken to a number of clients and potential clients in Scotland, they really welcome the fact that we can now offer our market-leading secondary glazing products and services from a Scottish-based location.”
“Our facility has the full weight and support of our South Yorkshire HQ behind it, with the design, project management and installation process all being handled locally by Scots.”
Edinburgh-based Senior Project Manager David Glasgow heads up a team comprising a surveyor, project manager and two installation teams who provide a full secondary glazing surveying, design and installation service across Scotland.
A key element in its services for the Scottish market is ready access to window refurbishment for timber sash and case windows, predominantly installed in Scotland’s listed and historic buildings.
“Much of our work in Scotland involves heritage properties which have old timber sash and case windows that are retained. So, inevitably they need fully refurbishing before the secondary glazing is fitted in front of them,” explained Mike.
“David’s extensive experience gives him unfettered access into refurbishment services for both the sash and case windows and steel Crittall windows. This valuable extra service will, I am sure, be appreciated by our clients in Scotland who can access the whole Granada secondary glazing package.”
Pictured: Secondary glazing designed and installed by Granada Glazing at the Eden Locke Hotel, a design-led aparthotel on George Street in the heart of Edinburgh.