CMS Window Systems has partnered with Synseal to become Scotland’s exclusive commercial fabricator for the new WarmCore window system.
The WarmCore window system utilises the same technology which underpins its WarmCore bi-fold doors, which CMS added to its portfolio last year.
The system is available for casement or tilt and turn windows, with the option of a flush sash to bring the outer frame level with the opening part of the window. The WarmCore profile has the visual appeal of traditional aluminium windows, with greater thermal performance due to its enhanced thermal break.
Built to accommodate a 28mm double glazed unit or a 44mm triple glazed unit, the windows deliver thermal performance in line with Scotland’s Technical Standards, which aim to lower the country’s long term carbon emissions from buildings whilst maintaining superior build quality.
The window system is available in white and grey (RAL 7106) finishes, with additional colours available on request.
CMS Window Systems commercial director Marie McGilly commented that the introduction of WarmCore windows was the beginning of ‘an exciting new chapter in its business’.
She commented: “Constant innovation and investment in the market’s very best new systems has been at the heart of our success since day one, and WarmCore enables us to continue to set ourselves apart through quality, technical excellence and sustainability.
We’re looking forward to introducing our current customers to the benefits of WarmCore and also opening the door to new customers and we are confident this new product innovation will be a fantastic addition to the proven aluminium, PVCu and timber composite window options we already provide.”
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