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itchell & Dickinson attends ‘Through the Looking Glass'

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12 June 2024


Mitchell & Dickinson attends ‘Through the Looking Glass - a future for historic windows'

27 - 28 June 2024 Royal Agricultural University, Cirencester

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Mitchell & Dickinsonis set to take part in a new conference called ‘Through the Looking Glass' which is dedicated to "a future for historic windows". 

The two-day conference, which is being held at the Royal Agricultural University in Cirencester, is supported bySPABandThe Green Registerand will focus on the history, science and practical retrofitted solutions facing the industry while bringing together experts in all of these fields to share their findings.

Mitchell & Dickinson's Retrofit Surveyor and Carbon Lead, Daniel Raymond-Barker has a speaking slot on CosyGlazing secondary glazing at the event and is exhibiting at the conference.

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Editor's note

Mitchell & Dickinson specialises in delivering bespoke insulation solutions for period homes and listed buildings in the UK. Products include a unique, advanced secondary glazing system known asCosyGlazinghigh-qualitydraught proofing for windows and doors, and specialist sheep's wool insulation for underfloor, sloping ceilings and lofts which will greatlyimprove the energy savings, soundproofing and ventilation. 

One of the founding principles of Mitchell & Dickinson is to cut carbon; the carbon savings that result from the work carried out are 50 times greater than the carbon footprint which ensures Mitchell & Dickinson is a carbon-negative company. So far, over 100,000 tonnes of CO2e has been saved since Mitchell & Dickinson started insulating homes in 2010, which equates to 800,000 flights to Paris, or 50,000 cars taken off the road for a year.


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Taylor Alden
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