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Old Schools Window Replacement - Barnsley Healthy Schools

Old Schools Window Replacement


Old schools are the buildings that require improvement and repairs more than any other building. It is a place where hundreds of students may be studying and for any school, protection of the students is the foremost responsibility.

So how can we neglect old school windows repairs? Some windows just need repairs while others need replacement. Many of the old schools still have those originally added windows constructed with single pane glass from the time they were constructed. Simply putting a single pane glass in the windows is not a good option. A common problem with these windows is that they freeze open or shut. That can be a bad option for the health of the kids.

There are chances that frost coming from the inside appearing on the window increase its chances of breakage. That can be really damaging for the security of the students in the school. Energy efficient windows are not just feasible options for homes but also schools.

When do you actually need repairs?

If replacements do not fall within the budget, the repairs can save the day. The old school windows definitely need UPVC frames. They can serve the same purpose as those energy efficient windows. These frames complement well with wooden windows so that aesthetics of the school building remain the same.

Here are some of the issues in the old school windows that call for windows repairs:

  • Rotting wood
  • Broken panes
  • Broken seals
  • Drafty windows
  • Cranky windows
  • Broken glass

Repairs vs. replacement

At times, the repairs can turn out to be costly, and replacement is the only option left. In that case, it is better to go for window replacements. Performing repairs on a commercial level is not an easy job. Professional help may be required because even the school janitors sometimes cannot handle repairs as special tools and techniques are required for the repairs.

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