Senior Architectural Systems’ PURe aluminium windows and doors have been developed to prevent heat from escaping, and noise from entering, commercial and domestic buildings.
Senior has recently experienced an increase in demand for its PURe aluminium windows. Its order book reflects this, detailing a number of hotel contracts
For example, PURe was recently specified to provide acoustic control at the Feethams Leisure development, based in Darlington.
The complex, which features a cinema, restaurants, and a new Premier Inn hotel, was designed by Niven Architects. As it is located by Darlington’s inner ring road, the architects specified PURe windows to ensure that the project’s acoustic requirements were met.
Senior’s windows were also chosen to complete the refurbishment of an Art Deco structure in Newcastle. The Grade II building was transformed into a Premier Inn hotel; PURe products were specified to ensure the comfort of its guests.
The company’s patented PURe aluminium casement windows, which were used in the development, have been designed to achieve U-values as low as 0.71W/m2 K, when calculated as commercial CEN standard windows, and 0.93W/m2 K, when calculated as CEN standard doors.
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