Total Glass supplies windows for BBC’s DIY SOS local youth centre

Date: 17 January 2012
Liverpool-based Total Glass has helped to secure the future of a dilapidated city youth centre by donating energy-efficient, smart new windows to a project shown on BBC One’s DIY SOS Children in Need one-off special.

The ‘Big Build’ saw Norris Green Youth Centre, just a few miles from Total’s 100,000 sq ft factory, transformed over nine days. Some 18,000 man hours went into the project, with a 200-strong volunteer workforce on site at any one time.

Total Glass, one of the North West’s longest-established PVC-U and aluminium window and door fabricators, was approached by its social housing client, Liverpool Mutual Homes for help with this cause. The firm was among hundreds of suppliers offering their time and skills to restoring the 52-year-old building in one of the most deprived areas of Liverpool.

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