Lichfield Library

Monk Metal Windows were selected by Staffordshire County Council for the replacement window scheme at Lichfield Library in the heart of Staffordshire.

As the Library is a grade 2 listed building, the windows had to match exactly the style, fenestration and sight lines of the old windows including replicating the look of externally putty glazed frames.

Monk have a beading system which gives the effect of putty glazing and over a rolling three year period have replaced all the windows.

The stone window surrounds were carefully measured by Monk and the windows sized to each opening. W20 steel windows, which were fully galvanized and polyester painted were manufactured, installed and glazed with laminated glass.

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