Sapa offers new design and display space in London

  • 21 Jul 2017

The Sapa Group has opened a new office within The Building Centre in London where visitors can explore the Sapa Building System and WICONA products, learn more about the services offered and discuss project requirements.

Sapa_LondonOffice_Sapa will also offer the opportunity for those looking for bespoke facade solutions to find out more information about the services available through the WICONA brand, which offers a range of highly-engineered windows, doors and curtain walling.

The display area features windows from the Dualframe range including the Dualframe Si Balcony Window with Low Threshold, allowing wheelchair access to balconies and eliminating trip hazards, and Dualframe Si TBT – a tilt-before-turn window that is ideal for high-rise or commercial buildings.

The Dualslide Vertical offers high thermal performance with no requirement for foam filled profiles or complex and costly sealed unit specifications. The STII Door also features, suitable for commercial applications in areas with high traffic.

James Wilson, of Sapa Building Systems said, “With increasing demands for shorter programmes and superior performance, we welcome anyone who wants to meet our team to discuss project requirements or simply ask questions. We will provide design and technical input at every stage to ensure our products achieve a highly engineered project solution.”

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