New WarmCore homes achieve Home Quality Mark

New WarmCore homes achieve Home Quality Mark
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A new build development featuring WarmCore windows and doors in Bricket Wood, Hertfordshire, has been awarded a Home Quality Mark by the BRE.

Lancaster Grange is a collection of two bedroom apartments, plus three and four bedroom homes, with Unique Window Systems supplying WarmCore aluminium windows and bi-fold doors to reflect the modern architecture.

The Home Quality Mark (HQM) demonstrates high standards of new build homes and indicates to house buyers the overall expected costs, health and wellbeing benefits and environmental footprint associated with living in the home.

Sunil Patel, Joint Managing Director at Unique Window Systems, said:

“We chose the WarmCore window and door system for its contemporary appearance and excellent thermal values. With a PVC-U core and hardwearing aluminium exterior, it combines the benefits of both worlds and is well suited to new build developments which want to improve overall environmental impact and sustainability. We’re delighted but not surprised that the Lancaster Grange project has been awarded a Home Quality Mark.”

For more information about the WarmCore range of products and their benefits, please visit synseal.com/our-brands.

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