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FINANCE & INSURANCE; GLASS & GLAZING 39 Pitchglaze roof window with frameless design


A new, pitched roof extension to a private residence in Leigh-on-Sea, Essex now incorporates a stylish, modern kitchen and a family dining area complete with a lovely garden aspect. The installation of an impactful and contemporary Pitchglaze roof window from Glazing


Vision, has enhanced the quality of light in the kitchen and provided for spectacular sky-only views. Access to the kitchen area from the home office and downstairs cloakroom is via a narrow passageway. To prevent this becoming a “dead zone” two traditional roof windows have been installed.


www.glazing-vision.co.uk Schueco’s new panoramic sliding door


Schueco UK has launched a new version of its highly successful ASS 77 PD panoramic door system. The new door provides minimal sightlines with an outer frame that remains concealed in the building structure. The Schueco ASE 67 PD door is available in two options with different outer frames: The slimmer of the two options, which


has a 57 mm frame, is especially suitable for use in renovation projects; The deeper 90 mm option caters for even greater weather performance as it delivers watertightness to 600 Pa while maintaining the aesthetics and sound insulation of the 57 mm system.


www.schueco.co.uk


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Structural Warranty solutions that enable residential and commercial development


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