Working with Architects and Specifiers

3 reasons architects and specifiers chose to work with us:

  1. Marlin completely understood the requirements
  2. Marlin have a reliable, premium quality product range
  3. Marlin provide excellent customer service that reinforces our own service

And our professional and knowledgable technical support team are always on hand to help.


feature alumninium window with floor to ceiling glass wall

The Architect:

"This project called for the highest quality manufacturing of the window systems and total precision installation in some very complex window surrounds.

The huge glazed units on the garden elevation were originally ‘multiple’ units, but the team at Marlin re-engineered the system and allowed units to be fitted that had no intermediate mullions, enabling maximum daylight input and interruption free views out.

The whole window system and Marlin’s performance exceeded all expectations!"

Steve Walker - SFW Property

The Builder:

"Great quality products along with great customer service. Easy to recommend."

Chris Hirst - builder

The Owner:

"immediately impressed us with their knowledge and passion for the products they manufacture with attention to detail on the inside and outside.

They work hard to give the client the very best service and they are honest and straight forward to deal with. We are delighted that we chose to appoint Marlin Windows."

Rob Storton - property owner

See how we helped these architects realise their clients dreams:



How Marlin work with architects and specifiers

Marlin promote and nurture strong working relationships with architects and specifiers. Regular meetings and briefings ensure that architects are kept up-to-date with the latest technical, conformity and sustainability information - with a particular focus on just what can realistically be achieved with glazing.

If a specifier has a comprehensive knowledge of all relevant technical issues a project can proceed with confidence and the reassurance that all practical necessities are accounted for. This in turn leaves the architect to concentrate further on aesthetic considerations, freeing up the design process.

Thermal performance, sound reduction, light comfort, coloured glazing options, safety, fixings and fitting, tolerances, conformity and of course appearance potential are amongst the issues that can be addressed before the design brief is taken to the next stage.

Working with Conservation Officers and Planners

We work closely with building conservation professionals and council planners to provide guidance on suitable glazing products for the conservation of the historic environment and in particular its long-term care, preservation and enhancement.

Our involvement can range from presenting product samples at site and consultation meetings to providing surveying and installation guidance for difficult applications.

By delivering the right product to ensure the finest balance between aesthetics and performance our glazing solutions contribute towards the protection and enhancement of all forms of buildings including churches, windmills, lighthouses, residential and commercial properties.