In any commercial project, windows and doors play a key role in the building envelope, contributing to the overall security and energy efficiency.
Other criteria, such as design and ease of operation, should also be considered by architects and specifiers when they are tasked with selecting products for commercial projects.
Deceuninck has published the first document in its series of commercial brochures for the different sectors within the commercial market.
The focus of the first brochure is on student accommodation.
Comprising 30 pages, the landscape brochure features information on Deceuninck’s range, colours and performance accreditations.
Technical support has also been included to keep architects and specifiers informed on sustainability and performance.
Case studies – such as the multi-billion pound Victory Pier regeneration project, and the £80 million Goodman Fields student accommodation development – have been included.
The brochure highlights the benefits of PVC-U, including durability and low maintenance, to help specifiers, architects and designers to make suitable choices for their education projects.
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