New Elgin primary school in Moray, Scotland, has had a Sarnafil HD system installed to meet their need for a new high-quality flat roof refurbishment.
Hundreds of homes at Ferguslie Park in Paisley have been upgraded sustainably, courtesy of high performance PVCu windows and doors from CMS Window Systems.
Fenestration company Sidey has built a well-earned reputation as a passionate champion of the environment, especially when it comes to community projects.
Window and door installers in Scotland can take advantage of a free recycling service, when buying their new products from CMS Trade.
The grounds of the historic Knock Castle and Knock Old Castle, two Tudor Gothic mansions in Largs, Scotland, have been enhanced by Sidey.
CMS Trade has invested in providing the best customer service to trade installers, with the appointment of sisters Lorraine Gray and Yvonne Tracey.
There has been a great reaction to the recent launch of Sidey’s new-look website, with Scotland’s strongest fenestration company already receiving superb feedback.
CMS Window Systems has maintained a zero waste to landfill rate for the second year in a row, ensuring it continues to lead the way in the re-use and recycling of waste.
A new ferry terminal, created as a tourism and community gateway to the Isle of Arran, has been fitted from stem to stern, with products supplied by GEZE UK.
A package of aluminium windows, doors and curtain walling by CMS Window Systems has allowed CALA Homes to create one of Edinburgh’s most prestigious developments in years.