Self build pair find Allgood so good

  • 27 Sep 2017

In a self build project to create two modern, energy efficient family homes, Allgood have provided the solution as reliable, high quality and ironmongery and interior door-sets were sought.
 
On an attractive garden site near Dorchester in Dorset, two 2,100 sq ft detached, two-storey houses were designed, with a one-and-a-half storey height living room. Alongside this, one house incorporates a double garage and the other a carport.
 
Environmentally responsible materials, products and processes were at the forefront of the specification when designing the properties. Therefore, incorporating renewable and innovative technologies, such as air-source heat pumps and heat recovery ventilation systems ensure the buildings are highly energy efficient.
 
Having previously used Allgood products, architect Roger Stretton recognised the brand for its quality and reliability, and consequently specified Allgood’s Alite lever handles and Allgood door-sets for the project.
 
With the new houses having a modern, minimalist design, it was essential that the ironmongery and doors complemented this approach, so Allgood’s Alite handles and bespoke factory finished doors were ideal in meeting these requirements.
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A cost-effective, well-designed range of ironmongery, Allgood’s Alite offers a complete suite of products including lever handles, cylinder pulls and washroom furniture.
 
To complement the interior architecture of the buildings, twenty-six door-sets were supplied by Allgood to Roger’s design, as well as four special, full-height glazed doors with glazed side panels being supplied. In addition, two 30 minute fire resisting doors were also specified to the plant-rooms.
 
Factory painted and with hinges and locks already fitted, the Allgood door-sets provide valuable savings in time, cost and waste, with a higher quality finish.
 

Contact:

Allgood plc
18 Holborn
London
EC1N 2LE
United Kingdom

Phone: 0207 387 9951
Fax: 0207 387 2549

Visit the Allgood website

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