Black Millwork will be showcasing its latest aluminium and aluminium clad window range and highlights from its Andersen portfolio at this year’s Grand Designs Live event as part of UK Construction Week. The timber doors and windows supplier will be on stand B731 at the show between 19th – 23rd October.
Taking centre stage on Black Millwork’s stand will be its aluminium window range, which delivers impressive an energy efficiency rating with U-values as low as 0.7W/m2K – lower than the Passivhaus standard of 0.8W/m2K.
Available in a wide variety of RAL colours and bespoke shapes and sizes, the windows can be adapted to suit almost any style and design.
Black Millwork will also be demonstrating its high performance Urban Sliding Sash windows, available in either double or triple glazing, in addition to its range of 68mm engineered timber entrance doors.
The supplier will showcase a selection of products from its Andersen Windows portfolio, including its Woodwright vertical sliding sash windows. Andersen Windows – solely distributed in the UK by Black Millwork – incorporate Fibrex sustainable wood, which is manufactured with up to 50% recycled pine waste, and provides the strength and durability of wood but with low maintenance.
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