Have you ever wondered what a typical day for Storm looks like?
Every day is different, we could be surveying a historic home in Dublin and fitting secondary glazing to a church in Brighton in the same week, but one thing is for sure, we’ll see a lot of history.
There are some really early mornings and of course we press snooze. Today we woke up at 4:39 to get to the famous Royal Hospital Chelsea, something we’ve had the pleasure of working on for a while. Good strong coffee is an absolute must in the morning, especially if you’re waking up before 5am!
We took advantage of the sunny weather and cycled to work on the beautiful Chelsea streets.
We left Warwick to drive the van to site.
Of course, we take Covid- 19 very seriously and have a lot of procedures to follow, including testing, temperature checks and social distancing.
Then after lots of hard work, which was done off camera, it’s time for lunch! Which is always a delight when Warwick is on sandwich duty, do you think he used enough avocados?
Here is George dding the final touches to a classic sash window, sealing the unit and making sure it’s airtight for the wonderful Chelsea pensioners to enjoy and keep warm.
And after a long day’s work, it’s time for dinner!
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