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BUILDING FABRIC & EXTERIORS Steel for Kitchen Kudos


‘Metallics’ will be everywhere, say interior trend experts. So, if you’re revamping your kitchen, for glamour and elegance, you can’t go wrong with ‘on-trend’ steel partitioning screens and windows. Rather than putting in a dividing wall, blocking-out light, a great alternative is installing an interior steel screen, which lets light flood-in. Crittall brings a further dimension to a kitchen through its minimalist style windows and its InnerVision glazed steel partitioning screens. Designed for modern living, they provide a sense of space and light with clean lines, subtle detailing, excellent technical properties. Elegantly slender, the slim steel framing, with single or double opening doors, is unobtrusive. The distinguished-looking installation makes a wonderful talking point. Natural illumination inside is maximised, while enhanced acoustic properties ensure privacy and reduced noise levels, without compromising on security. Chilly draughts are prevented, warmth kept-in for year-round comfort. InnerVision steel frames can be powder-coated to your choice of RAL or BS colours. Each screen is bespoke to your application - panel shape and size, single or double glazing, decorative or obscure glass. Natalie Benes, associate architect at Stiff+Trevillion comments: “Crittall windows are a great on-trend option if you want a light and airy feel with an industrial aesthetic. Their slender minimalist frames allow as much light as possible into a space.”


01376 530800 www.crittall-windows.co.uk New windows for period country home


Felley House is a period country home set in two acres of private land. Complete with an indoor pool room, five bedrooms and many additional reception rooms the property is more than striking – and boasts over 100 windows. So when replacement windows were required for the home it was no minor job. It was Paradise Windows in Nottingham that undertook the installation, electing to replace with PVCu REHAU TOTAL70 chamfered profiles in white. Z-section profiles were used in the manufacturing to facilitate fitting around the stone mullions present in certain windows at the home. Mark Millward, Managing Director at Paradise Windows, explained: “We installed a few windows using the TOTAL70 profile to ensure the style suited the property. When the owner saw the profiles installed he was very happy, and we continued with the project over a number of weekends to fit in with wider refurbishment work taking place on site at the same time. “Overall the project was very straight forward, and the windows were easy to install. I’d only ever recommend REHAU for a project like this due to the quality and ease to work with. I have been installing REHAU profiles for 25 years and I trust the product to meet all the required standards and provide the correct solution to the specification.”. Paradise Windows have since been commissioned to work on further projects for the customer, demonstrating the establishment of a successful relationship.


01989 762600 www.rehau.co.uk


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november/december 2018


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