Pembroke & Nash have been awarded prestigious contract in Brighton, Sussex. Over 440 sash windows are to be replaced, renovated & decorated over the next few months in one of the City’s most iconic hotels. The property dates from 1826 and has more sash windows than any other property in this part of the country. As the property stands on an island within its own boundaries, it has four main elevations. The property also has internal light wells which also incorporate may hidden sash windows. As the property is Grade II listed, we have to be careful to replace on alike for like basis. On this occasion double glazed slimlite units are not being incorporated into the new windows. The renovation of the existing windows will incorporate our hidden draught sealing system. This property is extremely exposed sitting on Brighton & Hove seafront. Nearly two hundred years old, our surveyors have identified some of the original 1826 sash windows which were not thought to have survived. It was believed that all of the windows are later copies. The later part of the building circa 1860s was heavily damaged by a fire 15 years ago. These windows are replicas, but due to the exposed location of the property, the windows and french doors require draught sealing and redecoration. The contract value is considerable but we are not able to disclose the amount.
This Hotel has the best views and location in Brighton & Hove.