N&C Glass have supplied Eco-Lite Slim Sealed Units to Tottenham House, a historic Grade I listed estate in the parish of Great Bedwyn, Wiltshire.
Built in 1820, the ancestral home was sold in 2014 by Lord Cardigan. More recently, the period estate had undergone some major works to restore the property and to turn it into a 21st century family home. According to planners interviewed in a local newspaper, “The emphasis is to restore Tottenham House to a family residence, with a restoration of the historic fabric and minor alterations to accommodate the requirements of 21st century living.”
Eco-Lite Slim Sealed Units were chosen as the perfect solution to restore the traditional windows. With a reduced sightline, Eco-lite Slim helped to maintain the beauty of the period property whilst attaining the required U-Values of modern day technical characteristics for eradicating problems caused by old windows.
For more information on Eco-Lite Slim Sealed Units, please email firstname.lastname@example.org or call 020 8586 4600
Nicholls & Clarke Glass is part of the Nicholls & Clarke Group, established in 1875. The company specialises in meeting all glass requirements for the fenestration industry. Our fleet of over 30 commercial including Hiab lorries, HGV and small vans enable N&C Glass to offer a flexible delivery service to all customers throughout the Midlands and Southern England.