Industry ventilation leader and innovator Vent-Axia has launched its award-winning Lo-Carbon™ Multivent mechanical extract ventilation (MEV) range in recycled plastic, making sustainable attainable for housebuilders.
Nigel Hearnden, Business Development Manager of ESG Group, examines the case for a return to the use of glass panels in balconies and balustrades above 18 metres from ground level.
Sidey is delighted to announce that we have been nominated by members of the fenestration industry who believe we should be finalists in the National Fenestration Awards in 2022! Our nomination is for the category of Fabricator/Manufacturer of the Year.
Powdertech (Corby) Ltd has recently completed work galvanising, fettling and powder coating over two thousand steel balustrades, each around 1m in length, for an impressive development situated on the edge of Manchester.
Leading plumbing and drainage solutions provider, Wavin, is adding its innovative new RootSeal Technology across the OsmaDrain range. The natural additive used in RootSeal Technology actively prevents root ingress in below ground drainage systems, helping minimise the chance of repairs being needed on residential and commercial properties.
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.
Improved levels of acoustic and energy insulation will be provided following specification of ISO-Chemie’s advanced window sealing tape for a new eco-designed residential development in Yorkshire.
A massive transformation of what is (probably) the most famous brewery site in the world, has resulted in a stunning and vibrant new city district in the heart of Copenhagen.
Owners of a luxury Surrey residential property are already seeing the vast benefits of installing the new LINEO QUIET ES extractor fan in their en-suite. Ventilation specialists Better Indoors were approached by the homeowners to help overcome an issue they had with excessive heat retention on the second floor of their home.
The Sash Window Workshop were commissioned to carry out work on a period property in Wiltshire. Although the window frames were still in a relatively good condition, the customer wanted to upgrade their windows to be double glazed to be more energy efficient than their existing single glazed windows.