West Leigh has introduced the W50 TB steel window to extend its range of solutions and provide energy efficiency and aesthetics.
The Steel Window Association is promoting W30 steel windows, which are offered by its members.
The Steel Window Association (SWA), respected trade organisation, has a new member, Telford-based Steel Window Fittings Ltd.
A Grade II* building on Tottenham Court Road has benefitted from a major refurbishment, including the renovation of more than 90 of the building’s windows.
Wrightstyle has launched a new website to provide customers with an enhanced level of information and technical data on all of its glazing systems.
For further information on the Steel Window Association, please visit the website or call 0844 249 1355.
Manufacturers, suppliers, or installers of steel windows or doors can benefit by becoming a SWA member and belonging to a recognised trade organisation with building regulation influence.
David Grew of West Leigh commented: The architect wanted to retain the character of the barn while allowing the maximum amount of daylight inside. This meant using as much glass as possible but keeping the structural elements as unobtrusive as practicable.
The company won the title of Best Eco Product’ at the Build It Awards 2013, in addition to Best Building Fabric Product’ and Product of the Year’ at the Housebuilder Product Awards with its Hi-Therm Sustainability Lintel, that is 500% more thermally efficient than normal cavity lintels. The last achievement for the company came at[…]
A mechanical biological treatment (MBT) and anaerobic digestion (AD) plant at Bolton Road, Manvers is due to open by 2015, with Wrightstyle supplying and installing around 280 square metres of heavy duty-steel glazing systems, including curtain walling, doors, screens and windows, complete with thermal glazing. Work will be undertaken at operational and workshop facilities, in[…]