Secondary Glazing Bloomsbury

City Sound manufactures its own secondary glazing windows. We specialise in aluminium frames only, powder-coated standard white.  This can be customised to match existing décor if necessary.

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Why choose us

Working in this industry for over 50 years makes us one of the oldest existing specialist companies.  We have built a very strong reputation for being knowledgeable and transparent with excellent quality and after-sales service.

We are a family-owned company focused on every client and their specific needs.

08. Commercial secondary glazing (Sliding widows) fitted. Glazed with thick acoustic glass for noise reduction (Sloane Square, London)

We provide Secondary Glazing in Bloomsbury With The Strongest Guarantee

If you’re looking for secondary glazing in Bloomsbury then look no further!

We provide you with the highest quality, well built secondary glazing – guaranteed!

Whether you have thermal insulation problems or pesky, loud neighbours, our secondary glazing solutions will alleviate all of your woes!

Our Certified Professional Secondary Glazing Fitters are At Your Disposal

At your appointment time, our certified secondary glazing fitters will arrive with everything that they will require to do the job as swiftly and professionally as possible!

All of our fitters use methods that are in accordance with industry standards. This in turn helps to significantly decrease the risk of the secondary glazing not doing its job.

Our goal is to give you long-lasting comfort as well as peace. The installation of secondary glazing will greatly reduce noise as well as help with thermal insulation. 

07. Commercial secondary glazing (Sliding widows) fitted. Glazed with thick acoustic glass for noise reduction (Sloane Square, London)

Secondary Glazing FAQ’s

Does Secondary Glazing actually work?

Secondary glazing is an excellent, cost effective way of reducing the amount of external noise entering your home through your current windows. This simple and cost-effective treatment can increase sound insulation. This means your home will be quieter and you will sleep more peacefully. In other words, yes, it does work! Secondary glazing is also extremely effective for thermal retention and draught exclusion.
 

Does Secondary Glazing add value to my house?

Secondary glazing can greatly increase your home's value. If your home is older and not performing well, it may be worth considering investing in new glazing options. This will increase its appeal to potential buyers as well as allow it to sell at a higher price. Selling a property that is quiet and warm adds to the appeal.
 

If my Secondary Glazing breaks, who can fix it?

The Glazier who installed your secondary glazing should have a well-documented warranty on their work. Meaning they should be able to fix it for you. We here at City Sound proud ourselves on our craftmanship as well as the quality of our products, if any problems arise, please do not hesitate to contact us.

Secondary Glazing for Listed Buildings Bloomsbury

A building listed under the law is protected and Listed Building Permission may need to be obtained before any modifications can be made. Not all repairs will require consent. Please get in touch with your local authority and make enquiries as to whether you need permission to install secondary glazing.

Sash Windows (Vertical sliding) Bloomsbury

Sash windows, also known as “Vertical sliding windows”, are the most popular window type. Secondary glazing sash windows are also very popular.

Our sash windows consist of two panels, one at the top and one at the bottom. They are counter balanced with pre-tensioned springs that hold the panels’ weight. The window can be opened in any direction and the panels can be operated easily.

Horizontal Sliding Windows Bloomsbury

Horizontal sliding windows, which can be made side to side, are the most versatile style. They can be manufactured with either 2, 3, or 4 sliding panels. This type of secondary glazing matches perfectly with Crittal windows. Individual sliding panels can slide effortlessly, providing unimpeded access to external windows.

All of our windows sections are made from aluminium and powder-coated white. You can customize frames to match your decor with a different colour or finish.

Fixed Lift Out Bloomsbury

Fixed lift out windows are an alternative to screw-fixed units. They have a removable glass panel that can be lifted from the master frame and accessed through the external windows.

This type of window is used for external windows that are rarely used, or in offices with air conditioning where cleaning between windows is necessary.

Casement (Hinged) Secondary Glazing Bloomsbury

Our hinged (casement) windows can be side- or top-hung. This design allows easy access to outer windows or doors.

This type of window is popular in hospitals, surgery rooms, and laboratories because it has minimal dust ledges, tight seals, and is easy to clean.

Things to do in Bloomsbury


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Bloomsbury Square Garden

Address: 14 Bloomsbury Square, London WC1A 2RJ, UK

Main Phone: 020 7974 4444

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Latitude: 51.5188889

Longitude: -0.1227778

Did you know that Bloomsbury Square Garden rates 4.3/5 based on 1767 total ratings?

Reviews for Bloomsbury Square Garden
Umair Waheed

Umair Waheed

4/5

a year ago

central located parking,

Adam Burnett

Adam Burnett

5/5

a month ago

Just a nice enjoyable square. More charming than some of the overly preened ones. Nice mature trees and plenty of interesting places nearby.

jeff benjamin

jeff benjamin

4/5

a year ago

Pleasant small square, well-maintained and surrounded by some attractive and interesting old buildings including the imperial and imposing Victoria House. Small enclosed toddlers' playground but no toilets here. Gertrude Stein* briefly lived at no:40. Now you know. Quote: * "Whenever you get there, there is no there there."


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The British Museum

Address: Great Russell St, London WC1B 3DG, UK

Main Phone: 020 7323 8299

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Latitude: 51.5194133

Longitude: -0.1269566

Did you know that The British Museum rates 4.7/5 based on 115201 total ratings?

Reviews for The British Museum
Alex

Alex

5/5

2 months ago

Quite simply one of the most impressive museums in the world. Extremely lucky to have this treasure only a short train journey away. Architecturally, it manages to fuse old with the new combining the grandeur and monumentally impressive exterior with its centuries old stone work with a modern light filled interior main hall punctuated by a stunning honeycomb glass ceiling. This is all before even touching on the huge collection of objects, Art and artifacts that make up the museums collection. Covering every period and area of interest from the Egyptians to the Greeks to old world curiosities, there is absolutely something for everyone. Very easy to spend a whole day here and only scratch the surface. Highly highly recommended.

raki

raki

5/5

a year ago

Everything in British museum is original and priceless. All of these art pieces are mostly only one of their kinds. Many of these statues are so spiritual that peoples around the world have worshipped them for ages. Great Britain took them for free. Britain stole their kings, queens and even gods in forms of these sacred pieces. Without colonialism Britain would never have a museum so rich in world heritages. This place is big enough to take hours. I was lost for good couple of hours in Egyptian section and others.

Ariane Ruiz

Ariane Ruiz

5/5

5 months ago

Amazing museums, one of the absolute best in London. Such a wide variety of cultures is represented, it is truly an experience, you will learn a lot in a short time and it will open your mind to different regions of the world, eras of history and forms of art. Building in itself is absolutely magnificent. The whole place is worth a visit (allow for at least 3h for a good visit). Deserves more stars.


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The Foundling Museum

Address: 40 Brunswick Square, London WC1N 1AZ, UK

Main Phone: 020 7841 3600

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Latitude: 51.5252531

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Did you know that The Foundling Museum rates 4.4/5 based on 614 total ratings?

Reviews for The Foundling Museum
Helen Moffat

Helen Moffat

4/5

a month ago

This is a lovely compact museum with a plethora of famous names involved . It does pull at your heartstrings as you read the stories and especially reading about the tokens. Amazing piece of social history . It is a bit tucked away so can be a bit difficult to find but we'll worth it. So wonderful art work to see as you go round. And music so well worth a visit

Sian Lewin

Sian Lewin

5/5

a week ago

Went for a wedding, beautiful setting! Fascinating place. Wasn't sure about the pictures in the stairs....🧐

Stephen Bradley

Stephen Bradley

5/5

in the last week

Little jewel of a museum. Particularly recommend exhibition on George King. A fantastic and rare glimpse into the life of an 18th century foundling.


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Louisa Brandreth Aldrich-Blake Statue

Address: Tavistock Pl, London WC1H 9RE, UK

Main Phone: 020 7974 1693

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Latitude: 51.524721

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Did you know that Louisa Brandreth Aldrich-Blake Statue rates 5/5 based on 4 total ratings?

Reviews for Louisa Brandreth Aldrich-Blake Statue
JR Suarez

JR Suarez

5/5

5 months ago

Dame Louisa Aldrich-Blake was a pioneering physician and surgeon, and was the first woman in Britain to be awarded the degree of Master of Surgery.

Herstorical Monuments

Herstorical Monuments

5/5

2 years ago

from @londonstatues Louisa Aldrich-Blake (1865-1925) - the first British woman to qualify as a surgeon, pioneered new treatments in rectal and cervical cancer and organised volunteer units of women medics to serve in France during World War I. When Louisa Aldrich-Blake announced that she wanted to be a surgeon, instead of telling her that there were no women surgeons, her father simply checked at the local library to see where she could study. She graduated with first-class honors from the London School of Medicine for Women and gained her masters degree in surgery in 1895. She began her career working at the New Hospital for Women and Children and was soon also working at the Royal Free and the Canning Town Women's Settlement Hospital. Throughout her career she was associated with the Elizabeth Garrett Anderson Hospital becoming senior surgeon there in 1910. She also was involved in training new personnel and became Dean of the Royal Free Hospital's School of Medicine for Women in 1914. When war broke out in 1914 Aldrich-Blake took on some of the responsibilities of males colleagues who had joined up. However she was also heavily involved in the war effort. She spent her holidays volunteering at military hospitals in France and encouraged other women medics to volunteer. This work inspired other women to follow careers in medicine. Loiusa Aldrich-Blake was made a Dame in 1925 and died the same year of cancer. This memorial is unusual in that it is literally a double-headed monument. There are identical busts of Louisa Aldrich-Blake on each side of it. The bust was designed by Arthur George Walker and the plinth by Sir Edwin Lutyens. It was erected in 1926 and has Grade II listing. Location - S.E corner of Tavistock Square near the headquarters of the BMA. One bust looks into the gardens, the other looks out at the passing traffic. WC1H 9RE

Phyllis A Sears

Phyllis A Sears

5/5

3 years ago

A clever statue that can be seen from inside Tavisrock Sqaure Garden but also by those passing by on the sidewalk outside.


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Queen Square Gardens

Address: Queen Square, London WC1N 3AU, UK

Main Phone: 020 7974 1693

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Latitude: 51.5216138

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Did you know that Queen Square Gardens rates 4.4/5 based on 341 total ratings?

Reviews for Queen Square Gardens
Martin Potter

Martin Potter

5/5

a month ago

Lovely little green area. Often wait there while my daughter is in Great Ormond street hospital.

Zara Ramzan

Zara Ramzan

4/5

2 months ago

Lovely place to take a stroll or sit. Its a few steps away from Great Ormand Street Hospital.

Jamila Khan

Jamila Khan

5/5

2 weeks ago

Peaceful sanctuary 😌 excellent spot for reading a book.


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Brunswick Square Gardens

Address: B504, London WC1N 1AX, UK

Main Phone: 020 7974 1693

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Latitude: 51.5244186

Longitude: -0.1218013

Did you know that Brunswick Square Gardens rates 4.5/5 based on 144 total ratings?

Reviews for Brunswick Square Gardens
Jade-Louise Keam

Jade-Louise Keam

5/5

2 months ago

Great outdoor space! Lots to offer for kids including a splash pool, park and courts!

ginger houghton

ginger houghton

5/5

a month ago

Great little park. Very old trees for London. Good pork for relaxing in.

Giuseppe Salvati

Giuseppe Salvati

5/5

2 months ago

Nice green spot in the middle of a busy built up residential area.


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UCL Art Museum

Address: 23-25 Gower St, London WC1E 6BT, UK

Main Phone: 020 7679 2540

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Latitude: 51.5247435

Longitude: -0.1335014

Did you know that UCL Art Museum rates 4.1/5 based on 26 total ratings?

Reviews for UCL Art Museum
Imanuel Nicacio Da Silva Lopes

Imanuel Nicacio Da Silva Lopes

4/5

5 months ago

Good place.

Aline Marinho

Aline Marinho

3/5

2 years ago

I’ve visited other UCL museums before, such as the Grant Museum of Zoology and the Petrie Museum of Egyptian Archaeology, which are both small museums but packed with truly fascinating things. Therefore, my expectations were really high before visiting the UCL Art Museum, and to be honest I was slightly disappointed. It’s just a room with very few works of art. One can find more interesting things at the corridors leading to the Museum than inside the Museum itself. It’s free to visit and it’s located inside UCL main building.

Navaneethan Raja

Navaneethan Raja

4/5

4 years ago

Small but exquisite display. Very good staff. Printed cards for sale at 50p good art but one of which I didn't upload for the reasons you know.


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Mahatma Gandhi Statue

Address: Tavistock Square, London WC1H 9EZ, UK

Main Phone: 020 7974 5633

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Latitude: 51.5249903

Longitude: -0.1289968

Did you know that Mahatma Gandhi Statue rates 4.5/5 based on 20 total ratings?

Reviews for Mahatma Gandhi Statue
JR Suarez

JR Suarez

5/5

5 months ago

Very beautiful bronze statue of Gandhi who studied law at University College London nearby from 1888 to 1891, before being called to the bar at the Inner Temple.

Mahsa A

Mahsa A

5/5

a year ago

Just discovered this really peaceful garden around the corner from King’s Cross.

Alice

Alice

3/5

7 months ago

The whole park is a little unkempt


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Noor Inayat Khan Statue

Address: Gordon Square, London WC1H 0PD, UK

Main Phone: 020 7862 8000

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Latitude: 51.5248747

Longitude: -0.1310256

Did you know that Noor Inayat Khan Statue rates 5/5 based on 10 total ratings?

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Ashley Weber

Ashley Weber

5/5

9 months ago

She was such a beauty inside and out no fear and great stubbornness against Nazis the true instruments of evil her story is both inspirational and heartbreaking

zishan shaikh

zishan shaikh

5/5

9 months ago

dear sister

Phyllis A Sears

Phyllis A Sears

5/5

3 years ago

This brave young woman gave her life for our freedom. I'm glad she has a memorial in this lovely garden.


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UCL Petrie Museum of Egyptian Archaeology

Address: Malet Pl, London WC1E 6BT, UK

Main Phone: 020 7679 2884

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Latitude: 51.5236557

Longitude: -0.1327763

Did you know that UCL Petrie Museum of Egyptian Archaeology rates 4.6/5 based on 199 total ratings?

Reviews for UCL Petrie Museum of Egyptian Archaeology
Michail Dzigajev

Michail Dzigajev

5/5

3 weeks ago

Amazing hidden gym I wouldn't have known about if my friend didn't act as a tour guide for some parts of the UCL campus. Great selection of very interesting artifacts going back thousands of years.

Deborah Diggines

Deborah Diggines

5/5

in the last week

Small? Yes! But oh so interesting🙂 So many items to be seen - from small beads to large pieces - well worth visiting!

Francisco Abril

Francisco Abril

5/5

in the last week

Outstanding collection, small but comprehensive. From pots and small trinkets to meticulously detailed stelae, a recommend for any Egyptian culture entuthiast!


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The Horse Hospital

Address: Colonnade, London WC1N 1JD, UK

Main Phone: 020 7833 3644

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Latitude: 51.5227581

Longitude: -0.1244025

Did you know that The Horse Hospital rates 4.4/5 based on 75 total ratings?

Reviews for The Horse Hospital
Cristina Conde

Cristina Conde

4/5

in the last week

Visited the Horse Hospital for the Queer East Film Festival. It was an interesting location for the event and overall a very pleasant experience. Great unique venue for events. Would recommend.

Khloe Rowley

Khloe Rowley

5/5

5 months ago

I visited the Hackers exhibition today, and thoroughly enjoyed the whole experience. The Horse Hospital has very clear accessibility information on their website which enabled me to plan my trip. The available alternative literature booklets have a good mix of topics, anyone who has been 'othered' will find something that speaks to them. Mr Roger Burton kindly signed a copy of his book, Rebel Threads, and was incredibly welcoming. Whilst I was too shy to tell him what an influence the wardrobe from Hackers had been on me, as a very young child seeing all the weird and wonderful granted an innate acceptance of the otherness I felt. So, thank you. Places like The Horse Hospital, which feature and support what the mainstream cannot or will not, are so vital to our society as places of acceptance. I look forward to more visits, and hope this place remains ungentrified for many more years.

Dave B

Dave B

5/5

a year ago

This place needs saving as it could get closed down with out support . It's a great art space amongst other things.


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Brunei Gallery SOAS

Address: SOAS, University of London Thornhaugh Street, Russell Square, London WC1H 0XG, UK

Main Phone: 020 7898 4915

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Latitude: 51.5217981

Longitude: -0.1286297

Did you know that Brunei Gallery SOAS rates 4.4/5 based on 140 total ratings?

Reviews for Brunei Gallery SOAS
M M

M M

5/5

2 months ago

A wonderful space with really good exhibitions

Brandon Lim

Brandon Lim

3/5

a year ago

Ehhh it's fine as a place but man soas classes are just hit or miss.

Hew Wright

Hew Wright

3/5

2 years ago

Would be 4* if the roof top dinky Japanese Garden had been a building site! 2 roomed free entry exhibition area showing lovely Japanese lacquer work at the mo'. Worth a ,15 min pipin and peruse.

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