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Interiors; Exteriors


Eclisse Pocket Door Systems are chosen by builders and architects worldwide


including the comprehensively tested, robust easy-to-install frames, our 15 year guarantee, our dedicated customer service staff and the wide variety of Eclisse pocket door products we have on offer. Unlike other pocket door systems, the


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Eclisse quick-click frame is quick and easy to assemble. It comprises of a pocket, track and metal door post that combine together to create a frame that is installed into wood or metal studwork as a complete unit. This means the installer does not have to worry about the alignment of components installed separately. The fact the Eclisse Pocket Door System


assembles into a frame with a robust pocket is key because it replaces studwork in the wall. Many aspects of the Eclisse pocket door systems have been comprehensively tested, and the strength of the pocket is no


exception. The pocket of the Eclisse frame is constructed from specially formed galvanised steel sections and it has been independently dynamic impact tested to European standard UNI EN 1629. Surprisingly many pocket door kits on


sale in the market today do not come with a proper ‘pocket’, but simply consist of just a track and some fixings, or a track and two thin wooden vertical slats to represent the pocket, so it is important to be clear what you are getting when you make your purchasing decision. For more information about the Eclisse


range of products visit the webiste or call our friendly customer service team.


0845 4811977 www.eclisse.co.uk


e believe the success of the Eclisse Pocket Door System is a result of a combination of factors


Balustrade in service at new fire station


Improving accessibility is a recurring theme in the specification of Neaco’s products and so it proved again when the company’s balustrade was called into service for entrance ramps at the new cutting-edge Hull Central Fire


Station, designed by Jefferson Sheard Architects. Jefferson Sheard Architects’ Project Lead, Mark Fannon commented: “Health and safety and accessibility are always key drivers on all of our designs. Neaco’s balance of form and function enabled us to fulfill our brief with a cost effective solution, whilst achieving the desired aesthetic.”


www.neaco.co.uk Garador’s insulated sectional garage


doors beat the cold The Great British Winter with temperatures well below freezing can have real implications for homes and garages. Heating bills tend to go up, but savings that could be made from heat loss from the garage are often overlooked. Garador’s premium sectional garage doors help to reduce the amount of heat lost through the garage, with U-Values down to 1.30 W/m2


K. They are also a great choice for garages where


the contents need to be kept warm and dry or the garage is used as a home office or gym. Each door is constructed from sections which are 42mm thick and filled with highly insulating PU foam, as well as rubber seals around the door. They have also been designed to look great, in a choice of 4 designs and over 18 colours.


01935 443709 www.garador.co.uk Hambleside launches new roofing underlays


Roofing ventilation and accessories specialist Hambleside Danelawhas launched two new vapour permeable underlays for slate and tile roofs, the middleweight Danelaw LR135 and the premium Danelaw LR180. Both can be used for warm and cold roof applications, either unsupported, draped over timber rafters or counter battens or fully


supported over timber sarking and rigid insulation. LR135 and LR180 have been independently tested by the BRE for wind zone suitability and come with full BBA approval.


01327 701900 www.hambleside-danelaw.co.uk www.buildingconstructiondesign.co.uk 13


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