Black Millwork fenestration at Homebuilding & Renovating Show

  • 3 Feb 2015

 

Fenestration for new-build developments and classic renovations will be showcased on stand D179 of the Homebuilding & Renovating Show, at the Birmingham NEC, 26- 29 March.

Black Millwork fenestration products at the Homebuilding and Renovating Show

The Black Millwork range Incorporates a variety of timber framed, high quality aluminium and aluminium clad windows and doors, in both contemporary and traditional styles.

 

Sustainable specification choice

Products on show will include the recently launched aluminium range. These windows achieve exceptional performance ratings and offer a top sustainable specification choice. 

  • deliver exceptional U-values as low as 0.7W/m2K (lower than the Passivhaus standard of 0.8W/m2K)
  • available in a variety of RAL colours and bespoke shapes and sizes 
  • impervious to corrosion,
  • virtually maintenance free throughout their long life span

Gary Hutton, General Manager at Black Millwork, “The Homebuilding and Renovating Show is always a highlight for us and we’re pleased to be back at the NEC event again this year.  We had a fantastic response to our new aluminium range last year, which we developed in direct response to customer feedback requesting more contemporary styles.” 

Urban Sliding Sash

Black Millwork’s high performance Urban Sliding Sash windows will also be showcased plus its range of high specification 68mm engineered timber entrance doors and its oak casement, flush casement and tilt and turn windows.

Sole UK distributors of Andersen Windows

Black Millwork are the sole UK distributors of Andersen Windows, and will showcase a selection of products from this portfolio. This includes its Woodwright vertical sliding sash windows, a highly sustainable choice that incorporates Fibrex® – a new generation wood, which is manufactured with up to 50% recycled pine waste, and provides the strength and durability of wood but with low maintenance.

Homebuilding & Renovating Show is at the Birmingham NEC, 26 – 29 March 2015

Black Millwork are also at Ecobuild at the Birmingham NEC, 3 – 5 March 2015 – stand S7040

Black Millwork,
Andersen House,
Dallow Street,
Burton-On-Trent,
Staffordshire,
United Kingdom,
DE14 2PQ

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