On the 1st January 2023, the use of conventional roll DPC to provide protection against wet ingress over window and door openings in cavity walls changed.
Following a year of unprecedented political unrest as well as the introduction of new Building Regulations, specifiers have had to think more carefully about what building products they use and which suppliers they work with.
Following significant growth in recent years, Reynaers Aluminium UK has invested several million pounds in the extension of its UK headquarters to optimise lead times and to future-proof the business in line with its growth strategy.
With the latest iteration of Part L of the building regulations in place, industry focus has moved to 2025 when the next stage of emissions targets need to be met.
Reynaers welcomed 150 visitors to its UK headquarters for a series of Innovation Days to showcase its products and plans for the future.
This year saw Reynaers sign up to The British Fenestration Ratings Council (BFRC) Energy Rating Scheme.
One of Reynaers ambitious projects received a prestigious Tall Building Award earlier this year.
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.
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.