Brackley Town Hall

Brackley Town Hall Grade II* Listed Restoration Project with Thermablok Aerogel

Brackley Town Hall Grade II* Listed Restoration Project

Details Location: Brackley Town Hall, Northamptonshire, a £3.2 million restoration project. The hall built in 1704 built by Scroop Egerton, 4th Earl of Bridgewater, features a distinctive clock tower and the project aims to provide a sympathetic restoration retaining the building’s Georgian charm, whilst providing a building which meets the needs of the community.

Challenges

  • To effectively treat decorative dormer windows in roofline and eaves whilst retaining details and proportion of Georgian building
  • Eliminate thermal bridging in vulnerable areas.
  • Maintain internal lines of dormer cheeks and roofline.
  • Walls: 0.25 W/m²K       Roof: 0.16 W/m²K????

Solutions

  • ThermaSlim Internal Wall Insulation Board (IWI) 49mm
  • ThermaSlim Internal Wall Insulation Board (IWI) 29mm

Benefits

  • Thinnest solution to maintain internal lines.
  • Prevent the need of remedial works to create space for thicker insulation types.
  • Robust, versatile and easy installation.
  • One off installation. Will perform for the lifespan of the building without need for replacing.
  • Materials not effected by liquid, mould or bacteria ensuring a risk adverse insulation solution.

Bracklet Town Hall

Brackley Town Hall

Brackley Town Hall

Dormer Roof Detail

Ther Dormer Roof Detail

Brackley Town Hall

Brackley Town Hall

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