What Makes The Perfect Home - Pilkington

Top 10 things homeowners did to achieve their perfect home: 1. Re-painted interior rooms 2. Installed a new bathroom 3. A new front door 4. Re-tiled the bathroom 5. Got rid of old wall paper 6. Changed the lighting 7. Installed new windows 8. Installed double glazed windows 9. Landscaped garden 10. A new heating system Conservatories Doors

Insights - Pilkington

Pilkington OptiShower™, Special Applications, Bathrooms, Kitchens, Glass Furniture, Glass Structures, Internal Partition, Products and Services, Innovation, Architect, Householder, Trade Read More Press Release Part O: What you need to know 10 August 2022 Originally published in the FC&A Magazine. To see the original article, please click here.

Part O: What you need to know - Pilkington

Housebuilders and developers operating in all three nations of Great Britain will need to be aware of the differences to ensure the glass is correctly specified to meet the new requirements. Specify smarter, not less For some architects, Part O is getting them hot and bothered.

Blog Items - Pilkington

A Transatlantic collaboration built on expertise and innovation. For over 25 years, Pilkington has proudly been a partner with W&W Glass, one of the largest metal and glass companies in the New York metropolitan area and the largest supplier of structural glass systems in the entire USA.

Pilkington Activ™ Self-Cleaning Glass

We’re currently working with architect and TV presenter, George Clarke, who is famed for large-scale restoration projects and is a real advocate for maximising the use of glass in the home. Check out what he thinks about how glass can bring a home to life and also be environmentally friendly.

COVID-19 update: we are open for our customers - Pilkington

New national restrictions will come into force on January 4th across England, reintroducing some business closures and encouraging home working where possible. The latest government guidance outlines that where people cannot work from home, such as in manufacturing, construction and home improvement, staff should continue to attend their workplace.

Hot Topic - How much heat we're losing in our homes - Pilkington

We all know that extra care needs to be taken to ensure our homes are insulated properly, and this is what Pilkington UK set out to definitively prove with research in 2019.

Biofuel trial by St Helens glass giant marks new world ... - Pilkington

A sustainable biofuel made from organic waste materials powered the St Helens glass manufacturer’s furnace entirely for four days, creating 165,000 sq ft of the lowest carbon float glass ever made. The fuel emits circa 80% less CO 2 than traditional natural gas used in the sector.

Architectural glass production powered by hydrogen in world first

Pilkington United Kingdom Limited, part of the NSG group, has successfully manufactured architectural glass at its St Helens facility using hydrogen power in a world-first trial.

A Brief History of the glass Conservatory

As time progressed more elaborate conservatories were developed – John Nash’s Georgian design constructed in Kew Gardens is a prime example of a 17 th Century conservatory. The Victorian era was vital to the evolution of conservatory building as the production of steel – an ideal material for framing glass – became cheaper allowing designers like Sir Joseph Paxton to blaze a trail in ...

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