Didsbury Baptist Church


Polyester Powder coated metal frames along with high specification double glazed units were designed and manufactured for six windows at the church.

Two factors made this scheme require a bespoke solution.  Firstly, the gothic heads prevented standard metal frame sections from being used, as they could not be shaped to the tight curves.  Secondly, the frames required a fixed outer double glazed unit, with an opening internal frame to take a second piece of glazing.  This would give the client the option to add decorative glass in the future should they wish.

The result was a frame section that was designed specifically for the contract. 


Individual templates were then created for each opening and the frames were laser cut to create the precise shapes.