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Incorporate on-style colours into the home


Steel windows and doors have quickly become part of home interior styles as internal partitions, shower screens, replacements for exterior walls among others. Although mostly recognised for their solid black frames, steel windows, doors and their fixtures are available in a whole host of colours to complement any residential


scheme. Homeowners can incorporate brass, bronze or copper steel windows or doors to tie an industrial look together enabling new frames to match industrial accessories such as copper light fittings or brass framed glass tables. Steel Window Association members offer a multitude of colour options available to suit every home and interior scheme.


www.steel-window-association.co.uk Glass alignment made simple with CRL


Ideal for residential projects and small commercial applications, CRL Spig-Lite Pro is a fully adjustable glass balustrade system with a unique clamping design that removes the need to hold the glass with locking pins. The elongated holes allow for easy adjustment of the glass panels, ensuring the


top edge of the glass is equal when a handrail is not required. The system achieves 0.74Kn loading and features individual spigots that raise the glass to 32mm above floor level creating a natural drainage solution that ensures no water can get trapped inside the balcony area.


01706 863600 www.crlaurence.co.uk


New non-combustible range panels


Metalline have introduced a new non-combustible A1 rated spandrel panel that has been designed to fit into most curtain walling, structural glazing and unitised systems. Constructed from an A1 non-combustible material Metalline’s new Spandrel panels have been independently tested at


Efectis achieving a 60/60 rating to ensure they meet the very latest fire and safety regulations. These highly versatile panels can be adapted for a wide range of buildings, they are produced from environmentally friendly and sustainable materials and can help a building conform to the highest level of BREEAM certification.


01543 456 930 www.metalline.co.uk Latest news, views and more


If you like to be kept informed of all the latest news, views, and promotions for the architectural community, the ADF email newsletters can offer you regular updates straight to your inbox. The weekly Editor’s Choice newsletter includes top news stories curated by the ADF editorial team, while the


monthly CPD Focus and fortnightly ADF Newsletter offer updates on products, services, events, and learning opportunities available from a wide variety of manufacturers and suppliers.


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