Making the environment a priority is nothing new to us at Sidey. As Scotland’s strongest fenestration company, we take our green responsibilities very seriously, for the benefit of our staff, customers, local communities, and the planet in general.
When specifying glazing in construction projects, there are now many opportunities to address more than one issue, as Susan Sinden, Marketing Manager for glass processor ESG Group, explains.
New Clement steel windows have recently been selected for two very different ecclesiastical projects demonstrating the versatility of steel when it comes to finding the most appropriate fenestration for a particular scheme.
Seven in ten (70%)1 social housing tenants lack confidence in the fire safety of their home and two thirds (68%) do not feel the Government has done enough to improve fire safety over the past five years, according to new research.
Leading partitions manufacturer moves to Hydro CIRCAL, recycled aluminium with a very low carbon footprint.
Sidey embarked on a replacement project with Scottish Borders Housing Association to replace fire doors in over 1000 properties throughout the region.
There’s a vast number of entrance mats available for your home or business. However, it’s doubtful that one of the few standard-size options will be a perfect fit for your doorway. That’s why a made-to-measure door mat is an excellent idea if you want a mat that’s both functional and fits in well with the surrounding decor.
With the growing awareness of sustainability and the importance of being environmentally friendly, clients are increasingly looking for sustainable businesses.
In the midst of the current energy crisis, the need for more effective insulation and sealing of windows and doors must be an urgent priority, says Andy Swift, sales and operations manager for foam sealants specialist, ISO Chemie.