Sieger glazing systems were installed in this stunning home renovation by Sieger’s glazing partner IQ Glass.

Refurb & Restore Magazine featured Mount House, a project in Kent that saw a secondary home building transformed into a new, functional living space.

Slim framed glazing systems from Sieger were utilised to maximise natural light within the home renovation. The new living space used a modern interior design style which is complemented by the vast amount of natural light that is able to flow in unobstructed.

A large shaped Sieger Slim Casement Window sits above the two pane Sieger Slim Sliding Door, creating an entire glass wall connecting the new living space to the garden.

The choice of glazing allows the internal living space to have a strong connection with the outdoors, especially as the slim aluminium profiles cause minimal disruption to views of the garden.

When open, the flush threshold of our sliding glass doors provides a seamless transition between the indoors and outdoors.

A Sieger Lux Casement Door was also incorporated into the home design. The equal aluminium profiling that encases the large glass pane results in a modern and minimal glass door design.

The two separate parts of the home are now connected by a thermally insulated, frameless glass link that was designed and installed by IQ Glass.


Contact the team at Sieger today for more information on our slim framed aluminium glazing systems.


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mount house home renovation project with sieger slim sliding doors featured in refurb & restore magazine

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