Aluminium Glazing Project Certainty

Architects, specifiers and developers involved in domestic or commercial, new-build construction or large-scale refurbishment projects can achieve aluminium glazing project certainty by working directly with AluFoldDirect. The Aluminium

Glazing Projects service gives essential project management support with one expert contact at AluFoldDirect, supporting you every step of the way, from initial discussions and specification, to creating achievable work schedules and ensuring accurate surveys. The Aluminium Glazing Projects team will co-ordinate a planned delivery strategy, with products arriving on site, right first time, on time, every time.

01706 260700 Maximising daylight with Roofglaze

Roofglaze offers everything that you need to bring natural daylight into your home and living spaces. Their market-leading range of Flatglass rooflights can be used to illuminate and ventilate areas that would otherwise be dark and dingy. They can also be used to access roof terraces or

as walk-on units above basements and cellars. Roofglaze can provide you with Secured by Design compliant rooflights, as well as glass roof lanterns, polycarbonate domes and aluminium bi-fold doors for your next project. To discuss your requirements with the expert team at Roofglaze, send your enquiry to

01480 474 797



BRE approved rooflights

Hambleside Danelaw, the pioneering GRP rooflight manufacturer, has once again led the way with the completion of an Environmental Product Declaration (EPD), approved by the BRE, for its ZENON in-plane GRP rooflights.

The EPD recognises the sustainable benefits of Zenon and gives project designers a minimum of 1.5 points from the Material category in BREEAM rated projects. This achievement, the first from a rooflight manufacturer, are points that can offered in addition to the metal roof system. Specifying Zenon rooflights can also lead to contributions in other BREEAM categories including Health and Wellbeing and Energy.

01327 701 900 Slim fire rated glazing solution

A new residential property built on Passivhaus principles in Devon, utilises Promat SYSTEM- GLAS®

Celare fire resistant glazing system from

fire, thermal and acoustic solutions specialist Promat UK. The contemporary house, named “The Walled Garden” was designed by McLean Quinlan architects for its self-building owners.

The project was constructed by Goulden & Sons, who are a Promat- approved SYSTEMGLAS®

installer. By choosing SYSTEMGLAS® 0800 588 4444 StoVentec Glass Rainscreen System chosen

The StoVentec Glass Rainscreen System supplied by Sto UK was chosen for a museum collections centre extension project in Edinburgh, thanks to its outstanding aesthetic properties and its durable nature. The black infused colour StoVentec Glass

was installed on the new extension to the National Museums Collection Centre in Granton, Edinburgh. StoVentec Glass provides effective thermal insulation for the facade by creating a ventilated cavity which keeps the wall dry and allows it to breathe. It can also be used to create a highly attractive bespoke finish for each individual project, with panel sizes and shapes manufactured to fit specific design requirements.

01418 928000 Walk on structural glass floors & rooflights

Structural Glass Design is a specialist in manufac- turing walk on glass floor panels and drive on glass floors and rooflights, and processing silicone sealed, structural double and triple glazed units. The

company design, manufacture and install walk on glass floors/rooflights and drive on glass floors/rooflights wherever your location. For more information please contact the company.

architect and builder have been able to benefit from Promat UK’s ‘360 degree wheel of assurance’ for fire rated glazing systems.

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