Foiled PVC-U windows specified for Hungry House developments

  • 19 May 2015

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PWS fitted the windows at the Tail O’the Bank foiled in a smooth slate grey to suit the contemporary look of the restaurant and its waterfront setting on East India Harbour.

PWS Scotland installed a gable feature in REHAU TOTAL70c in Golden Oak at The Oystercatcher

For the more traditionally styled Oystercatcher, the specified windows are in a Goldenoak woodgrain foil with a six section apex window fabricated for a gable feature.

More than 50 windows were fabricated and installed by PWS on each project, working on behalf of main contractors Ogilvie Construction. It was awarded the contract based on its product quality and on-site efficiency.

On both projects, Green King Plc – working with architects Smith Design Associates – specified PVC-U as the frame material due to its low maintenance, thermal efficiency and range of finishes.


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Ross on Wye,

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