Crafted energy-saving secondary glazing and insulation for period homes and listed properties in Devon.
Mitchell & Dickinson’s CosyGlazing is a unique secondary glazing system that is elegant and effective for your period home in Devon.
Designed specifically for period homes and listed properties, it is the perfect solution when it comes to insulating the elaborately detailed entrances and bay windows of your Georgian buildings, sash windows of your Victorian property or stone mullions of your historic farm house, to name just a few.
Made of a modern, lightweight equivalent to glass, it’s fixed using magnetic strips so is easy to remove and virtually invisible. Choose a finish to complement your period or listed property.
We also provide high quality draught proofing for period properties such as sheep’s wool insulation.
With the government now announcing Britain will be virtually greenhouse gas free by 2050 and David Attenborough stating that we can all help achieve this goal by insulating our period properties, there is no better time to become part of the solution – and save money on your winter heating bills.
Summer is the best time to carry out restoration work so that you are ready for the winter months. You can restore your period windows, open them smoothly in summer and lose the chill in winter.
With our team of craftsmen in Bristol, we work for owners of listed and period properties across the South. Our innovative secondary glazing and insulation solutions are well suited to preserving Devon’s historic architecture, fine examples of which can be found in places such as Exeter, Newton Abbot, Crediton, Bideford, Barnstaple, Totnes, Plymouth and Tiverton.
Call us at our head office in Bideford on 01237 429826 to talk to us about our products and services or click the banners below.
As a team of craftspeople creating secondary double glazing, high quality draught proofing and insulation, quality is at the heart of what we do
Our clients always complain that they’re fed up of paying huge heating bills to stay warm in their period property. There is a solution …