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SWISSPACER ULTIMATE saves time and money for LAG

  • 5 Jul 2017

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London Architectural Glass is using the SWISSPACER ULTIMATE 32mm warm edge spacer bars in its IGUs for its combination of thermal performance and aesthetic appeal.

LAG Sales and Estimating Manager, Dylan Henderson explains they use ULTIMATE because of its clean lines, minimalistic look, unmatched colour range and long-listing energy efficiency.

SWISSPACER has a choice of 19 widths available and Dylan usually orders the 32mm in black.

Dylan comments: “In the UK’s changeable climate, it makes sense to maximise thermal performance. We supply the highest energy rated products so SWISSPACER is the obvious choice.”

Contact:

Sonnenwiesenstrasse 15,
8280 Kreuzlingen,
Switzerland

t: 07834 162 485
e: Andrew.everett@saint-gobain.com

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