Reducing noise from close by traffic is often one of the reasons customers contact Gardinia about secondary glazing, the other been they own a grade 2 listed property, where upgrade options for windows are very strictly limited.

With an increasing number of properties being built near busy roads or railways, home owners are turning to local installers of secondary glazing, to block noise levels drastically.

Our secondary glazing is fantastic for this as we use a glass-to-glass air cavity between 150-mm to 200-mm with optimum performance offered with the addition of 6.4-mm acoustic laminated glass. This allows for outside noise to be reduced up to 80% (54 decibels).

This can sound too good to be true, like a lot of things you read on the internet these days. With that in mind we went to re visit one of our clients beside the M62 Motorway near Outlane in Huddersfield to film a video of the secondary glazing we installed in action.

Needless to say our client was delighted with the end result and can now sleep in silence every night, as you can hear for yourself in the video below:

These exceptional levels of performance are are achieved due to been manufactured using calibrated CNC machinery. Due to this precision engineering and unique profile design our secondary glazing panels fit and interlock together perfectly when closed. Whilst still allowing them to be opened when ventilation is required.

As mentioned earlier secondary glazing can be installed in all property types in conjunction with the primary window system, making secondary glazing the ideal upgrade for a listed buildings window system.

If you are interested to learn more about quality secondary glazing from Gardinia, be sure to checkout our secondary glazing page on the website.

Why not contact us to arrange a free, no obligation consultation?

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