Secondary Glazing St Pancras

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 St Pancras With The Strongest Guarantee

If you’re looking for secondary glazing in St Pancras 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 St Pancras

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) St Pancras

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 St Pancras

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 St Pancras

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 St Pancras

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 St Pancras


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St Pancras International

Address: Euston Rd, London N1C 4QP, UK

Main Phone: 020 7843 7688

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Latitude: 51.531427

Longitude: -0.126133

Did you know that St Pancras International rates 4.4/5 based on 2919 total ratings?

Reviews for St Pancras International
ken smith

ken smith

5/5

a month ago

Beautiful architecture and well laid out. It was easy to navigate and had good facilities / services. There were interesting monuments and displays to explain the history of the site. There was a great area with a public piano that sounded great and did not block the pedestrian traffic. Good selection of shops and restaurants.

GLEN MORTON

GLEN MORTON

5/5

2 months ago

The most beautiful of station designs, one of the best in Europe, if not the world. Spend a while looking at the detail. View the roof, the beams....gorgeous to look at, so intriguing. Really pleased it was renovated and preserved.

Tiffany Forbush

Tiffany Forbush

5/5

a month ago

Absolutely stunning train station. The architecture is beautiful. It was really busy, but there are plenty of shops and places to eat while you wait. Found it easy to go through customs and traveled from St Pancreas to Paris.


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St Pancras Old Church

Address: Pancras Rd, London NW1 1UL, UK

Main Phone: 020 7424 0724

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Latitude: 51.5349509

Longitude: -0.1301881

Did you know that St Pancras Old Church rates 4.6/5 based on 506 total ratings?

Reviews for St Pancras Old Church
Annapatrizia Pellegrino

Annapatrizia Pellegrino

4/5

3 months ago

It is a small church,very beautiful and particular, in the way it was built in its time,features that makes it one of the oldest Christian places of worship in England. As the times evolved, it was restructured many times, bat its change and expansion of its structure, took place in the Victorian historical period.Tourists just arrived on the place , you can immediately notice that the sacristy of this church is very large, compared to the size of the entire arra. In this review of mine,I considered it right to point out, throughout the age, famous and illustrious people of England. Unfortunately,it’s a church that more than once is not mentioned among the recommended tourist destinations and, in this regard I want to add that I saw it and could admire for a pure and lucky case.I recommend it because it’s a beautiful and above all very interesting place from the historical point of view.

Andrea Griffith

Andrea Griffith

5/5

2 months ago

St Pancras Old Church is unique small church offer peaceful moments in busy and hectic London. If near by King's Cross visit this peaceful oasis and lift you spirits. ⛪🌳🌲🌱🌷

Emanuele Pesce

Emanuele Pesce

5/5

4 months ago

This Churchyard is very relaxing to be in, even if just for 10 minutes. I would say Heavenly Peace. So such an escape from traffic and crowd. Also a very historical spot that brings you back in time. I thoroughly enjoy all the times and strongly recommend


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Saint Pancras Gardens

Address: Camley St, London NW1 0PS, UK

Main Phone: 020 7974 1693

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Latitude: 51.5354714

Longitude: -0.130586

Did you know that Saint Pancras Gardens rates 4.5/5 based on 460 total ratings?

Reviews for Saint Pancras Gardens
Jeremy Fennell

Jeremy Fennell

4/5

7 months ago

During a brief visit over the Easter weekend we found this area pleasantly underpopulated. It was a cool/grey afternoon though. The crowd was along the canal nearby, and in Coal Drop Yard more generally.

Jigyasa Avinash

Jigyasa Avinash

5/5

2 months ago

Beautiful flower decorations and very clean. A tranquil environment with many trees to read under:)

Anil Gunesh

Anil Gunesh

5/5

5 months ago

This a very quiet gardens with a lot of historical objects. St Pancras Gardens were formerly the graveyard of the old St Pancras Church, the core of which dates back to the 11c. The gardens were opened to the public in 1891. There are many interesting features, including the extravagant Burdett-Coutts memorial sundial. The gardens were restored in recent years.


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Camley Street Natural Park

Address: 12 Camley St, London N1C 4PW, UK

Main Phone: 020 3897 6150

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Latitude: 51.5350415

Longitude: -0.1273936

Did you know that Camley Street Natural Park rates 4.4/5 based on 221 total ratings?

Reviews for Camley Street Natural Park
Alex Themistocleous

Alex Themistocleous

5/5

a week ago

Lovely green space in Kings Cross, with nice seating and a coffee shop. We met a lady that said she's there on Sundays helping the kids identify wildlife in the water (I'm not sure how many weeks she'll be there for.).My son really loved it. So close to the coal drop really lovely areas for families.

Savan Gandecha

Savan Gandecha

5/5

a week ago

Was a student intern at the nature reserve back in 2010-11. Was so happy seeing it open again with a brand-new visitor centre and café. Still my favourite place to visit too!

stephen lloyd-jones

stephen lloyd-jones

4/5

in the last week

Reopened after a long, long break. The new bridge over canal takes away a bit of the isolated/secret feel of the place, but much easier access for everyone now. The cafe underestimated the pent up demand and ran out of various things last Sunday.


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St Pancras International Station Clock

Address: St Pancras International Station, 2SD, Euston Rd, London NW1 2AR, UK

Main Phone: 020 7843 7688

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Latitude: 51.5301019

Longitude: -0.1251557

Did you know that St Pancras International Station Clock rates 4.5/5 based on 76 total ratings?

Reviews for St Pancras International Station Clock
richard Michael

richard Michael

5/5

a month ago

Very clear sign posting. Friendly helpful staff. Quite easy to get on international trains. Lots of different shops and cafe's to choose from.

Maureen Ruparel

Maureen Ruparel

3/5

2 months ago

I was stuck in the lift for over half an hour today. The only lift between the high speed service direct to the underground. It stopped at ground floor and didn't move. A variety of staff turned up and I showed them my disabled badge but it still took over half an hour for someone to turn up with a key. I'm 81 with spinal and heart problems even though I can walk. The manager there offered a wheelchair to get me right to my underground platform, but the woman pushing it dumped me at the turnstile to the underground and left me to it. I am not a happy bunny.

RICHARD OLIVER

RICHARD OLIVER

5/5

2 months ago

One of the cleanest national railways stations I've seen. Spacious, well laid out and loads of customer support staff available..(if you needed them)


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Pancras Square

Address: Pancras Rd, London N1C 4AG, UK

Main Phone: 020 3479 1795

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Latitude: 51.5335264

Longitude: -0.1255281

Did you know that Pancras Square rates 4.5/5 based on 2282 total ratings?

Reviews for Pancras Square
Charl E

Charl E

4/5

a month ago

Really nice area, and I heard on the grapevine its called 'google square' - lots of bars, food, cafes and feels very cosmopolitan (does that make me sound old?!). Nice bit of a water feature which reminds me of millennium square in Bristol - beaut!

Melanie Gill

Melanie Gill

5/5

3 weeks ago

First time I've been there since the area was re done. Fabulous places to eat and drink we only visited one Restaurant Hoppers

Andrew D

Andrew D

5/5

4 months ago

So many offices! This place is deceptively quite at the weekends though and those hidden restaurants become easily accessible. Worth a visit if you're in the area...


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King's Cross

Address: Euston Rd, London N1 9AL, UK

Main Phone: 0345 711 4141

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Latitude: 51.5318504

Longitude: -0.1234736

Did you know that King's Cross rates 4.4/5 based on 2023 total ratings?

Reviews for King's Cross
KENDALL WELLS

KENDALL WELLS

1/5

a year ago

Couldn’t find platform 9 3/4

Michael Petty

Michael Petty

4/5

a month ago

Improving. Fabulous architecture. A clean and functional station with good facilities. But, where are the seats? Limited places to sit down on either level. Not something that would be difficult to put right. Update from September 2021. Visited this station for first time in a year. New seating (with places to put your coffee) has been added. It won’t be clear if these are sufficient until the station is operating at full capacity. But definitely an improvement. Have increased rating from three stars to four stars.

Sie Barlow

Sie Barlow

4/5

2 months ago

Sure this station changes every time I visit, which is sadly not enough. Great range of shops and food choices, albeit paying the travel premium expected. Easy to locate information around departing and arriving services, and well signposted to find the relevant platforms

St. Pancras Renaissance Hotel London

Address: Euston Rd, London NW1 2AR, UK

Main Phone: 020 7841 3540

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Latitude: 51.5297325

Longitude: -0.1259119

Did you know that St. Pancras Renaissance Hotel London rates 4.5/5 based on 3119 total ratings?

Reviews for St. Pancras Renaissance Hotel London
Alistair Wilson

Alistair Wilson

3/5

a month ago

Lovely building, shame about the inside Booked an overnight stay for the beginning of our trip to Scotland. Paid extra for a good quality room. On arrival we were offered two rooms - one on the sixth floor which we wish we'd taken but we had to wait for it to be ready, or one on the second floor which was ready on our arrival. Mistake. Room was claustrophobic with cramped furniture - wardrobe up against one side of the bed so no room for a bedside table. No opening windows, no view. Bathroom was clean but smelled strongly of drains. Rest of room was clean and bed was comfortable. On departure the staff were very sympathetic and gave us a discount on our booking, but this did not make up for the poor start to our break. Couldn't help wondering what we would have experienced if we'd waited for the other room. Also discovered on our arrival that the old romantic part of the hotel is at the front - our room was in a newer section to the rear. Look carefully before you book.

Gary Lang

Gary Lang

5/5

in the last week

Magnificent building that houses this hotel. Situated conveniently next to two London main train stations and a tube station. A very well presented bedroom with everything that you would need. Staff very nice and accommodating. I hope to stay again in the future.

Nicolaj S

Nicolaj S

5/5

2 months ago

One of the best hotels in North London. Lots of character and historic features. Super accommodating staff. I recommend you stay for the breakfast. It isn't super fancy but it's good relative to the other hotels I've tried during this pandemic.

The Real Food Market Kings Cross

Address: Kings Cross Square, in front of the station, Euston Rd, London N1C 9AL, UK

Main Phone: 07793 559985

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Latitude: 51.5304267

Longitude: -0.1236489

Did you know that The Real Food Market Kings Cross rates 4.3/5 based on 198 total ratings?

Reviews for The Real Food Market Kings Cross
Hannah Lake

Hannah Lake

1/5

2 months ago

This is only a review of the samosa/bhaji stall. We got a chicken samosas, cheese samosa and onion bhaji. The samosas had mostly onion, peas and potato as filling with virtually no chicken or cheese and very little flavouring/spices. The bhaji was bland and a nasty texture. Avoid! Looks nice but very disappointing taste

Demar Ayee

Demar Ayee

5/5

a month ago

Crosstown Doughnuts. Amazing. I bought some matcha donuts and went straight back. They were so good.

Robert Southey

Robert Southey

4/5

5 months ago

Found some lovely tasty bread here. £4 per loaf. Very recommended


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The Harry Potter Shop at Platform 9 3/4

Address: London N1 9AP, UK

Main Phone: 020 7833 1137

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Latitude: 51.5322396

Longitude: -0.1240271

Did you know that The Harry Potter Shop at Platform 9 3/4 rates 4.3/5 based on 20288 total ratings?

Reviews for The Harry Potter Shop at Platform 9 3/4
DavidS

DavidS

5/5

a week ago

Magic indeed. What a great store to visit in King cross station. Fans of Harry Potter must visit spot in London. Very nice and helpful crew, a lot of stuff to see and choice from. Amazing atmosphere around plus the actual place of Harry Potter movie was filmed. You can do a pic for free with your phone and buy a wand. The shop itself seems for me a little beet expansive, but not every day you fill like you in movie. This is the place you actually don't want to live. Very recommended to visit and enjoy.

Terri Harvey

Terri Harvey

4/5

2 months ago

We took our 10 year old who is a huge fan . The staff were great and really welcoming and immediately offered to take a professional picture which was nice of our daughter at the 9 3/4 platform. The shop was nicely set out and was our daughters absolute dream. The guy that was demonstrating the wands in the shop had so much enthusiasm and really had her engaged . He was using a wand book ( one of many so we were told ) he was able to help us identify which book my daughter wanted and thanks to his help we have now tracked said book down for a future Xmas present. ( sadly out of stock in store ). We went home with a very happy daughter . Thank you for a great visit.

Donna Anderssen

Donna Anderssen

5/5

a week ago

Very nice but not cheap shop, loads of stuff marked as different houses for good gifting. If you're a fan it is worth the experience and you can take your own pics with the trolley in the wall outside. Happy friendly staff too 😀


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The British Library

Address: 96 Euston Rd, London NW1 2DB, UK

Main Phone: 0330 333 1144

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Latitude: 51.5299717

Longitude: -0.1276759

Did you know that The British Library rates 4.5/5 based on 1687 total ratings?

Reviews for The British Library
K Adams

K Adams

5/5

a month ago

A wonderful place to visit. The Treasures Gallery is small, but each artifact is fascinating - with well balanced descriptions helping you appreciate even more what you are seeing. Walking round the rest of the building is an enjoyable experience. I probably spent an hour in total here and was very glad I made the trip over

Leylane Bezerra

Leylane Bezerra

5/5

11 months ago

The Treasures of the British Library is a must see exhibition. I almost cried when I saw some first editions. From Jane Austen, Mary Shelley, and Shakespeare to famous composers, the Beatles and the Bible. Free and amazing. Can't wait to visit again.

Pedro Penacho

Pedro Penacho

5/5

2 months ago

By far one of the best, if not the best, free public space to study in London. Is impressive how difficult is to find a decent and free place to study in such a big city as London, fortunately found this one which has plenty of spaces as all you need to work. Although I come here mainly to study the building is definitely worth a walk and look around with nice outdoor space and restaurant.

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