Honley Glazing Specialists
When you’re investing in new windows, doors, or even a conservatory or orangery, you want a professional who knows what they’re talking about.
That’s why it’s worth having a chat with Rob Hall, owner of Hall Glazing Ltd., who has certainly earned his glazing stripes. Over the past 2 decades Rob has worked on major London glazing projects including Kings Cross and Victoria train stations and glazed Leeds Utd’s new club superstore. He also works with homeowners installing windows and doors, even in listed buildings, and brightening the lives of many people by designing windows and glazing that flood a room with natural light.
As a keen artist, Rob often brings his creative talents to his day job, advising on the right location and size of window to make a building look amazing inside and out.
According to Rob, windows are not just for looking through. They can reduce noise and heat loss, make your home more secure, and some products will even prevent your furniture from fading.
It’s amazing the difference that the right windows – in the right place – can make to your home, as Rob explains:
“Installing the right glazing products can not only make a big difference to your home, but can also reduce costs and add value. Adding a roof lantern in the right place, for example, can turn a dingy room into a bright living space. Then there’s the choice of triple glazed windows, composite and bi-folding doors that can increase security, reduce draughts and lower your energy bills. We even have a special glazing product that blocks UV light, which causes furniture and photos to fade.”
In fact, when it comes to doors, windows and conservatories you’ll be spoilt for choice at Hall Glazing. They can supply and fit high quality, standard and bespoke windows and doors in uPVC, aluminium and timber. As they all come in a range of colours and finishes, you can find exactly what you need to create the perfect look for your home.
Windows for listed buildings
Replacing windows in listed buildings can be a nightmare, with a long list of special building regulations to comply with. Not only are Hall Glazing on the ball when building regulations, they also have a range of technically-advanced products that are perfect for listed buildings.
“We’re Pilkington Glass specialists, which means that we can supply and fit their high-tech single-glazed windows that are proven to have the same energy rating as double-glazed windows. It’s perfect for listed buildings where double-glazing just isn’t an option,” said Rob.
Commercial glazing products
It’s not just homeowners that can benefit from Rob’s experience. Hall Glazing work commercially with housebuilders and construction companies to provide quality glazing installations for new homes, offices and other commercial premises.
One thing that all Hall Glazing projects have in common is quality.
If you’re looking for new windows and doors, or thinking about an extension, conservatory or orangery and want advice, have a chat with Rob and his team at Hall Glazing.
Not only can they guide you through the myriad of options, but they can also offer advice about making your home lighter, safter and more energy efficient.