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CLADDING AND CURTAIN WALLING COSTS

FOCUS ON: CLADDING

Toughened heat soak glass per leaf + 20 - 30 High performance coating (neutral) + 38 - 43 Tilt-turn open-in insert window + 410 - 460 each (1.5 x 1.5m) Top-hung open-out insert window + 360 - 460 each (1.5 x 1.5m) Unitised system (standard systems design) Edge clamped, double-glazed HP 450 - 500 units, insulated aluminium spandrels Non-capped, SSG double glazed HP full- 550 - 600 height units, insulated aluminium spandrels Unitised system (bespoke design) Edge-clamped, double-glazed HP 550 - 750 units, insulated aluminium spandrels Non-capped, SSG double-glazed HP full- 600 - 800 height units, insulated aluminium spandrels Double-wall naturally vented systems Unitised system with double-glazed 850 - 1,000 inner wall opening, single-glazed outer wall, including motorised interstitial blinds Double-wall facade, including 1,100 - 1,500 walkway between screens and motorised solar-shading fins Double-wall mechanically vented systems Unitised with single-glazed inner wall 700 - 850 opening, double-glazed outer wall, including motorised interstitial blinds Vertical point fixed glazing systems (e. g. planar) Single-glazed 12mm heat-soaked toughened 550 - 680 glass, fittings, excluding steel Double-glazed 10-16-6mm heat soaked 700 - 900 toughened glass, fittings, excluding steel, based on 1,500 x 2,000mm panels BRISES SOLEIL Extruded aluminum blades, set 200 - 350 horizontally on purpose-designed brackets fixed to the curtain walling system Timber brise soleil 250 - 400

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