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BUILDING FABRIC & EXTERIORS


Replacement aluminium windows for period and new homes


See us at: LONDON, EXCEL  5-13 MAY STAND B150


Style and functionality with Garador’s Georgian garage doors


Garador’s range of Georgian style up and over garage doors are some of Britain’s most popular garage doors. Constructed from high-grade galvanised steel and available in a large selection of standard and purpose-made sizes, they are excellent for almost any build.


The Georgian steel up and over door range includes Georgian, Beaumont and Cathedral designs, each with crisp and elegant panel pressings. They can be supplied with either canopy, retractable or retractable plus gearing, the latter of which provides extra drive through width.


These impressive doors are available in a choice of 17 colours in long lasting vibrant paints.


To find out more about Garador’s Georgian Steel Up and Over garage door, call or visit the website.


01935 443795 www.garador.co.uk The Conservation Range


 Single or dual RAL colours  Fit into timber or direct to stone


  UK manufactured


For expert advice call 08008 401 508 www.thwc.co.uk


Showrooms at: Sevenoaks Dorking Loughton


Choose from modern, traditional and heritage


Aluminium


rainwater systems, available in Aluminium, GRP, Copper, Zinc and Stainless Steel.


Always in tune with your style


a comprehensive range of rainwater systems to accommodate all types of buildings and budgets


GRP


Cast Iron


For more information please call


0113 279 5854 or email


Copper, Zinc & Stainless Steel march/april 2018 info@rainguard.co.uk www.ra i ng ua rd .co .uk www.sbhonline.co.uk 31


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