Double glazed unit manufactured using SGG COOL-LITE SKN 154 for Standard Life premises

Double glazed unit manufactured using SGG COOL-LITE SKN 154 for Standard Life premises

The level of service from GLASSOLUTIONS reached new heights with existing client AXA Commercial Insurance when the commercial glazing team replaced a double glazed unit on the 9th floor of the company’s Standard Life premises in Birmingham one Sunday morning in July.

John Marshall, Commercial Glazing Sector Manager, said: “The complex procedure was completed smoothly and effectively due to the attention to detail in the planning and execution of the project. There was close communication with the local authority to close the road and manage the traffic, and excellent coordination with the engineers to gain access for and utilise a 95 tonne crane and 64 metre truck mount.

“Health and safety was paramount and commercial engineers from our Rotherham, Preston and Bristol branches completed the work.”

The 1725mm x 3400mm double glazed unit was manufactured using SGG COOL-LITE SKN 154, which is designed to offer exceptional solar and thermal performance.

SGG COOL-LITE SKN 154 can be used to improve the energy efficiency of buildings by considerably reducing overheating and the need for costly air conditioning. It is particularly suited to large areas of glazing where superior solar control performance is required whilst at the same time noticeably reducing excessive heat loss.

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