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BUILDING FABRIC & EXTERIORS Keeping the burglars out with steel windows


Difficult to force because of the inherent strength of their frames, steel windows are not liked by burglars. One of the best deterrents to a prospective thief is the traditional ‘cottage’ style steel window, divided into small frames, with interlocked steel glazing bars. The strength and security of steel windows and doors is increased through the use of appropriate hardware. Steel Window Association members provide locking devices, locking handles, concealed bolts and mortice deadlocks.


Locking handles are also supplied for existing installations to provide the highest levels of security. Locking handles are also supplied for existing installations to provide the highest levels of security.


www.steel-window-association.co.uk Selfbuilders incorporating Phantom Screens


Join the growing community of selfbuilders incorporating Phantom Screens in their build project. If you’re installing large door sets or adding a glazed extension, you’ll improve the living experience with solar and privacy screens. More glass means more exposure to sunlight and a greater need for privacy and solar control. Phantom Screens block up to 97 per cent of harmful UV rays and reduce glare, while retaining views and connections with the exterior landscape. Our remote-control powered screens are


available in single spans up to 12m wide and can be linked to weather sensors and home automation systems. Please call or visit the website for more infomation.


01778 560070 www.phantom-screens.co.uk Schiedel launch the ScanFire Opus


Schiedel Chimney Systems, in collaboration with Firepower Ltd., have designed a new minimalist inset system featuring the Opus Tempo 70i stove within a highly insulating pumice-based frame and chimney. This one-stop solution for architects and designers allows a real fire to be specified for any new build, with the chimney and installation design work already done.


This design also won the Best Flueing and Ventilation category at Hearth and Home in Harrogate 2018.


For more information please contact Schiedel by calling. 0191 4161150 www.schiedel.co.uk


Gaia’s UFH can benefit everyone


When specifying heating in domestic properties, underfloor heating (UFH) is increasingly seen as the system that offers the levels of energy efficiency and comfort required. In design terms, UFH provides the added benefit that, unlike radiators, it does not have an impact on interior aesthetics and layouts. This leaves just one perplexing issue; whether to opt for a wet (hydronic) system or an electric system. Both offer advantages and disadvantages. Whether wet or electric, UFH systems offer


extraordinary levels of comfort to users and perform equally well. For further information on Gaia Climate Solutions, please call or visit their website.


www.gaia.co.uk


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