Clearview National November 2015 - Issue 168 - Page 48

doors&windows sponsored by Be Prepared to be Inspired Dempsey Dyer has launched a new brochure to help installers sell its timber range. This is the third and final brochure in the Inspire series, and follows on from the hugely popular PVCu and Beaumont ‘timber-look’ versions. »»Products featured in the brochure include Dempsey Dyer’s high quality timber window range - which includes stormproof casements, flush casements, sliding sash windows with weights and pulleys and sliding sash windows with spiral balances – as well as residential, French, bi-fold and patio doors. Managing director Peter Dyer comments: “We pride ourselves on the quality, durability and sustainability of our timber products, and we are excited to make this brochure available to our trade customers.” The brochure is the latest piece of consumer facing marketing literature from Dempsey Dyer aimed at helping installers grow. The company also has a consumer facing website - www.dempseydyerinspire. - which generates consumer leads for the Pontefract based fabricator to pass onto their trade customers. The company also offers a comprehensive range of PVCu windows and doors, which are available in the Deceuninck 2500 and 2800 profile series. Call 01977 649641 or visit Making the most of stunning views »»Just over the border into England sits an idyllic holiday home with fabulous views of the Welsh countryside. To make the most of these views, Internorm’s KF 200 PVCu/aluminium windows have been installed along with its HS 330 lift-sliding doors. Completed at the beginning of this year and designed by the award-winning Architecture:M, the holiday home, Rest on the Hill, had been inspired by the institute of Ocular Microsurgey in Barcelona. With a high degree of functionality, exceptional heat and sound insulation and highly weather-resist ant aluminium clad with an easy to maintain surface, the KF 200 windows 48 » N OV 2015 » CL EARVI E W- UK . C O M were the ideal choice for a holiday home project such as this one. The HS 300 lift-sliding door also allowed for a bespoke design, with the aluminium surface on the outside and timber surface on the inside allowing unlimited colour choices. Seamlessly fitting into the building, the windows have narrow frame profiles for the largest possible glass clearances and square-edged, all-glass corners to add to this piece of modern architecture. The combination of Internorm’s HS 330 lift-sliding door and KF 200 PVCu/aluminium windows along with solar panels, air source heat pump, under-floor heating, rainwater harvesting and heat recovery ventilation, resulted in the building having also attained excellent energy efficient standards, achieving a measured air permeability level of 0.88m3/h/ m2. The HS 300 lift-sliding door has a thermal insulation UW up to 0.68 W/m2k and standard triple security glazing for best thermal insulation. Mark Percival of Architecture:M said: “With views as beautiful as these, we wanted the building to make the most out of Rest on the Hill’s beautiful surroundings. The design was instrumental in achieving this and Internorm’s windows and doors were specifically requested by the client.” For more information on Internorm, visit