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Stunning Gothic style building rejuvenated with EB24 steel windows

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Virgo Fidelis Convent School was founded in 1848. The beautiful Gothic style, club head windows with feature tear drops are a main feature of the building. The original single glazed windows were made from cast iron, offering very poor thermal performance and minimal security. After 100 years the time had come to replace them. Project managers Synergy Construction & Property Consultants were seeking a window system that could not only replicate the original design but would also meet modern performance criteria. Clement’s EB24 steel window range met these requirements.

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EB24® Steel Window - Steel window

EB24® Steel Window - Steel window

W20 Steel Window - Steel window

W20 Steel Window - Steel window

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