Dynamic Design from frameXpress

The very latest in thermally efficient windows and doors were stipulated for a new, modern block of apartments located in a leafy Cambridgeshire suburb.

A variety of products from the frameXpress range were specified due the high quality standards offered by the company.  

With the new building located near to a railway line, the highest sound and thermal insulation guarantees were required. The excellent technical support services combined with tailored solutions and quality standards won the leading fabricator the contract to supply all windows and doors for the project. Planning restrictions were also applied by the local authority to the rural property to ensure that the building would blend with the existing surrounding properties. Subsequently, the high specification installation also required a number of bespoke designs to be incorporated.

The frameXpress team tailored products to meet the exact specifications of the customer and Local Authority by combining colour, thermal performance and careful design options. Large double glazed A rated windows in irregular shapes are now key features which allows a lot of natural light into the property without compromising on either sound or thermal benefits. Security for each apartment was also placed as paramount. Consequently, composite doors were supplied in various colours for each one. As a supplier the entire frameXpress team provides the very best in terms of products including FS70 mm A rated products as well as Yale and Maco locking systems. The company has an established reputation for excellence in relation to technical advice on more complicated projects.

Ian Davis, Sales Manager at frameXpress comments, “ A broad range of our products were specified for this project including a large number of French doors, composite doors and casement windows. Our entire range includes a broad choice of finishes, glazing options, colour foils and security features which reinforces our leading market position. For a contemporary project such as this which requires sensitivity to the surrounding area we offer a large choice and complete peace of mind in relation to product guarantees.” As a company frameXpress continues to try to invigorate the market by combining technical strength with striking design.

For Ian Davis he considers it is essential to support customer needs through diversity and high performance standards. Ian comments, ‘For most new build projects energy efficient housing is becoming required as standard so it is vital for fabricators to differentiate their portfolios. Our range and services blend perfectly with both technical and aesthetic requirements on all project types, which continues to provide peace of mind for our customers.”

For more information on the range of high performance and Secured By Design products available from frameXpress please call 01952 581100.

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Date: 12 December 2013
Source: helen@h-stanley.com

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