It’s always nice to be able to add finishing touches to something that’s been worked on for a little while, and a couple of days ago, we were able to do just that with our entrance glazing.
The glazing came in three parts, separated by steel beams to take the weight. However, this left the beams on display after the glazing was fitted, which as well as not looking the best, could also allow water in.
The nice people at PR Laffin made four aluminium trims in the same colour as the frames and installed them on top of some plastic that we attached to the steel beam to prevent cold bridging and condensation.
It’s a small tweak, but it finishes the entrance really nicely and ensures it looks like one single unit and not three separate sections.