Sheltered housing benefits from Total Glass PVC-U windows and doors

Sheltered housing benefits from Total Glass PVC-U windows and doors
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Rosewood on white foiled PVC-U windows have been manufactured and supplied by Total Glass to a sheltered housing scheme in Liverpool for one of their long standing customers.

The social housing fenestration specialist also supplied composite doors and PVC fire exit doors as part of an extensive refurbishment project at St Cyril’s Court, Netherley for their client Plus Dane Housing.

Replacing original single-glazed timber windows, the new ‘A’-rated windows have improved thermal-efficiency, security and aesthetics at the 43 flats and 29 bungalows in the complex.

One of the residents, Raymond Ambrose said the new windows were a great improvement, adding: “We were getting constant condensation with the old wooden windows. Our homes are a lot warmer now and the new windows look terrific.

“The Total Glass team worked very efficiently and did a very tidy job. Everyone is delighted.”

 Sheltered housing benefits from Total Glass PVC-U windows and doors

600450 Sheltered housing benefits from Total Glass PVC-U windows and doors glassonweb.com
Date: 26 September 2016
Source: www.totalglass.com

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