C. R. Laurence (CRL) will be exhibiting its leading range of glass and shower doors, architectural systems, and glass processing tools and accessories for the first time at this year’s Build Show.
The show, which is part of UK Construction Week, will features CRL’s 72 square metre stand, located on B530 from 9 – 11 October at the NEC Birmingham.
It will showcase many of CRL’s best-selling and most innovative solutions that visitors can see and learn about for the first time.
Among these will be the new CRL Langle Al-Wall® Rain Screen system; creating a protective, modern envelope around new and old buildings, the system is quick and simple to install, with no need for glass cut-outs.
With plane and imbricated glass façade options, the Al-Wall® Rain Screen is made from premium coated aluminium, for a highly durable and long-lasting finish.
Also on show is the popular CRL 2018 TAPER-LOC® system, which enables glass balustrades to be completely installed from the safe-side, cutting out the need for scaffolding, slashing installation times and offering safety and security for installer and end user.
Visitors to the Build Show can experience live demonstrations of this unique system’s installation, carried out by CRL’s team of experts.
CRL’s Juliette balconies are very simple to install as well; the system comprises of four connectors that are easy to anchor to wood, concrete or steel fascias, and two handrails to secure the glass in place in just a few minutes.
Internal glass and glazing solutions will also be on show, including the large range of matte black shower hardware, and the best-selling Serenity shower sliding door, both of which respond to current trends towards minimal design in the bathroom.
Visit www.crlaurence.co.uk for more details
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