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INTERIORS LANDSCAPING & EXTERNAL WORKS Protect and colour with V33 woodstain


If you are looking for a woodstain to protect and decorate outdoor cladding, window frames or doors, make sure you select one offering good longevity. V33's new High Protection Woodstain with its 8-year guarantee offers supreme protection in a translucent finish that enhances exterior timber and is smooth and simple to apply. With a non-drip, quick-drying formulation, it's suitable for most woods, hard and soft, new or old, and can be applied over most existing woodstains. Its formulation makes it


flexible with wood movement. This great quality woodstain is water- repellent and has UV filters, making it ideal for outdoor woods that are exposed to bad weather conditions or lots of sun.


01797 367 555 www.v33.co.uk Make light work (in ‘Soho’)


A big impact of the Covid 19 Pandemic is that far more of us are now working from home. Ensure you maximise natural daylight in your home working environment – it’s good for your well-being says Crittall Windows… Daylight flooding into workplaces, schools - and homes - has a positive impact on our daily lives, and that’s not just a vague feeling, it’s scientifically proven. Daylight induces wakefulness, cognitive function, productivity, general health and healing. “Evidence suggests it’s important to have a feelgood factor inside your home. Our positive well-being depends on frequent exposure to light, and daylight is the most powerful way, especially during these times of the pandemic, with more of us working from home and creating a home office or working zone,” says Russell Ager, managing director of steel window and door manufacturer Crittall Windows. “Our homes play a big part in our sense of well-being and their design; lighting and exposure to natural light through windows and doors really do impact. Steel-framed windows are ideal with their inherent strength allowing large expanses of glass, elegantly slender frames and the slimmest of profiles. The hallmark of a Crittall window is the slender steel frame that is so much slimmer – and therefore admits so much more light – than alternative window systems which require far larger profiles due to the basic differences in the frame material and their relative strengths.


01376 530800 www.crittall-windows.co.uk The perfect panel for “wow” kitchens


When John Penny of JP Joinery was asked to design, build and install a “wow” kitchen, the one product element he knew he would be utilising was West Fraser’s CaberWood MDF! John sourced West Fraser's CaberWood MDF Pro MR from MGM Timber and prepared the door and drawer fronts in his workshop. “I have tried a few brands of MDF but have found CaberWood MDF Pro MR to be the best choice for a perfect finish. I sprayed the MDF with a water-based paint which contains a full


chemical hardener. This counters any fibre-raising which happens, to varying degrees with all MDF but, when experimenting with different brands, I have always found the West Fraser board to be the best”.


uk.westfraser.com


Nicola Hicks Design/Charlie Round-Turner/ Lightfoot Windows (Kent)


jul/aug 2021


www.sbhonline.co.uk


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