Double glazed project during the night on Cambridge Military Hospital in Aldershot
Double glazed project on Cambridge Military Hospital in Aldershot. Showing the clock tower
Double glazed project at night time on Cambridge Military Hospital in Aldershot

Client:Weston Homes

Location:Hope Grants Road, Aldershot

Project Value:£2,700,000

Products Used:

  • All sashes and frames manufactured in European Redwood and sapele cills
  • 4 /14 / 4 Planitherm Total+ glazed glass white warm edge

An abandoned military hospital built in 1879 that was left to crumble after the war is now being revived to its former glory and converted into homes led by Weston Homes.

What was the problem?

The hospital was left abandoned back in 1996 and stayed desolate for over a decade until Weston Homes decided to give it new life and convert the building into new homes/apartments.

How did we solve it?

We carried out a thorough survey to grasp an understanding of the state of the building and what the next steps should be moving forward to restore the former beauty of the hospital whilst keeping the architectural integrity intact. We discussed the costing and the schedule of the windows in depth comparing the cost of refurbishment against replacement. The extra thermal benefit of new double glazed windows was considered more effective. Therefore we manufactured all new windows in our factory in Kent then, once checked over, sent to site ready to be installed.

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