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Experience Level: Intermediate
Hi we are a business looking for sales reps to approach customers on our behalf to gain contracts /work ,we provide a specialist service ,and cheshire business service have notified me that no other business does the same work around the northwest ,The draughtproofing and the dryseal method would be ideal for any properties with metal windows ,schools, period buildings, churches etc ,but will fit to any fabric ,please read below how it works .look forward to hearing from you.

Draught-proofing-Steel Framed Windows
Aluminium framed windows
Timber framed windows

A high quality silicone system developed by our product partner dow-corning for draught proofing windows/doors has been applied to many properties such as listed buildings,commercial buildings, and schools.
Firstly we service the windows so that they operate properly. We then prepare the surfaces in such a way that the silicone will bond strongly to it, we then apply the silicone to form an in-situ gasket to accurately fit between the window and surround, thus ensuring a completely draughtproof installation. This silicone is an extremely durable rubber having excellent compression set and heat resistance and is not liable to require replacement for many years, However if it is compressed or deformed it will always return to its original shape and maintain a complete airtight seal. This system is particularly suitable for application to existing windows where it can be used with the minimum interference to the installation or the occupants of the building.

English heritage recommend the installation of this type of draught proofing as ....

" .... One of the best and least intrusive ways of achieving improved performance from windows in old buildings. This will considerably reduce heating bills and energy use .... Reduce noise and dust ingress .... Most importantly, Draught proofing does not damage the aesthetics of an old building".

(English Heritage framing opinions campaign)

A Durable Alternative to Linseed Oil Putty
Window care dry seal - an elastic glazing sealant.

Linseed oil putty is widely used for glazing windows and doors. The putty is inherently brittle and generally shrinks away from the glass. The breakdown of putty causes early breakdown of paints and is mainly responsible for open joints and in-situ wood decay due to moisture ingress. The Window Care Dry Seal is an elastic glazing sealant which can be used for puttied windows and for perimeter sealing.The Dry Seal is paintable and is extremely effective against moisture ingress. In the event of the breakage of glass, Dry Seal is easier to renew compared to the removal/renewal of hardened linseed oil putty.The use of Dry Seal instead of linseed oil putty can help to achieve longer paint durability and can contribute toward the prevention of in-situ wood decay.

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