Timberweld: Many mechanical butt joints are open-ended allowing rainwater, draughts and even flies in! In our video, a handkerchief is passed through the open joint, showing just how big the gap can be. explains Alan Burgess
Masterframe: We were first approached about this window style when a customer was replacing windows at Guildford High School. The existing sash windows were square internally, but arched externally, and there wasn’t a solution on the market for a like-for-like replacement. explains Technical Director Ray Rabett
Pilkington: The new Project References app makes it quicker and easier for users to find and select the products they need, wherever they are. It gives architects access to a multitude of inspirational examples, including office, residential, shopping, recreation, schools and kindergarten buildings, all incorporating the market-leading Pilkington glass product range said Jolanta Lessig, European marketing communications manager at NSG Group
Cotswold Trade Aluminium: While many may know windows and doors, the trend towards larger openings can produce many new challenges, even for experienced installers. With over four decades of aluminium design and fabrication experience, we have the skill and knowledge to support our partners says Steve Collett trade sales director.
Frame Fast Smart Systems Designer Doors give customers the opportunity to provide more variety with their aluminium product range. Frame Fast has been at forefront of the growth in aluminium windows and doors, and we can see the opportunities for aluminium entrance doors as a big area of growth for installers says Nigel Leivers, director
Winkhaus: Changing public perceptions of aluminium windows and doors have led to a surge in popularity for these products. As the aluminium market continues to go from strength to strength, we are continually investing in and developing our products in response to customers and end users requirements. says UK Sales Director Mike Rushen
Letter to editor - Roger Hartshorn, CEO of Garnalex
After a lifetime in PVC-U, people wonder why I ve fallen for Aluminium.
I just love aluminium, its possibilities and its sustainability. And I m knocked out that about 75% of all the aluminium ever produced is still in use!
For those who don t know, weve invested £9 million so far in a state-of-the-art Garnalex factory which will start extruding aluminium profiles for trade customers in October and an aluminium window and door system at the end of Q1 2020....more