A house from the 1920/30’s was being refurbished and extended and needed its leaded glass at the front installed into new double glazed units.
This was installed into wood in the traditional manner and only needed refurbishment. There were external storm doors to reduce heat loss.
However, other windows were installed in steel frames, creating a lot of condensation to collect at the bottom of the frames. The steel hopper was rusted shut. This needed to be placed in a double-glazed unit and new window frame.
The window above the entrance on the first floor also needed double glazing and new frames.
The front door is a good example of how persistent the Arts Noveau designs were even after the Arts Deco style, that is reflected in the rest of the house, was firmly established. It also shows how designers were willing to incorporate various styles into the same building.