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EXTERNAL ENVELOPE


Westbury products sound & secure


Westbury Windows & Joinery has recently published its latest in a string of successful test results, following on from its energy and security (PAS24) achievements with acoustic assessment too. The company’s products were independently tested at a


UKAS-accredited laboratory and performed well in the reduction of traffic noise. However, the unexpected star of the show was the French doorset; a product that is notorious, industry-wide, for poor sound insulation. Westbury’s has proved to be as effective as a casement window, scoring 38Rw on the Weighted Sound Reduction Index.


info@westburyjoinery.com


New generation of mechanisms


GEZE UK has enhanced its range of manual sliding door mechanisms with the addition of the Rollan 40 NT, the Rollan 80 NT and the Rollan 80 NT SoftStop – a new generation of fittings which are ideal for interior use in homes and businesses. They boast a smooth


and simple operating action, are easy to fit and quiet to use. The systems can be used on doors weighing up to 40kg or 80kg and with any door material – wood, plastic, metal and even glass with clamped fittings. Perfect for use in schools, offices, hotels, residential centres as well as in the home, they are ideal space savers.


info.uk@geze.com Demand on the rise for contemporary hardware, says SDS London


As homeowners look to inject their personal style into every aspect of their home, customised details such as ironmongery are becoming more popular. A director at SDS London says contemporary styles of hardware are high on consumer’s wish-lists and that the company has seen increasing demand for its recently launched hardware brand, Oliver Knights. Oliver Knights is a new brand but the team behind it has more than 50 years’ experience fine-crafting hardware. The firm manufactures a range of contemporary door handles from its factory in the UK for exclusive residential and hospitality projects around the globe. The Oliver Knights range is available in a wide range of colours including popular shades such as black and chrome finishes. For the homeowner who wants something completely unique, SDS London can also offer bespoke styles of hardware, catering to even the most discerning tastes. SDS London supply hardware to the retail and trade sectors. The company has had its products specified in many major projects in the UK including Claridges Hotel, Jamie’s Italian Restaurants and the Imperial College in Kensington.


020 7228 1185 www.sdslondon.co.uk


THE FINEST TIMBER WINDOWS AND DOORS


PROVIDING TAILOR MADE SOLUTIONS FOR YOUR PROJECT


• Suitable for Conservation Areas and Listed Buildings • Supply Only, Supply and Install, Repair and Refurbish


01344 868 668 www.sashwindow.com We have worked on various prestigious projects, including: St James’ Palace, The


Admiralty Buildings, Clandon Park, The Grove Hotel, and Oxford Wildlife Trust.


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ADF JUNE 2017


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