Clearview South January 2014 - Issue 146 - Page 32

DOORS&WINDOWS Secure solutions at luxury apartments Total Glass has supplied the complete quality window and door solution, including two of its award-winning High Security Aluminium Communal Entrance Doors, for an exclusive apartment development in Ainsdale, Merseyside. Manufactured from heavy-gauge aluminium, the aestheticallypleasing doors have been installed to the front and rear of the development, built by Sand Developments Ltd next to the rail station in Shore Road. Combining kerb appeal with market-leading strength, security and durability, all Total Glass communal entrance doors carry Secured by Design and PAS23 & PAS24 accreditation on both magnetic and electronic shoot bolt locking versions, assuring residents’ safety at all times. The Liverpool-based PVC-U and aluminium fabricator also manufactured 80 quality white PVC-U windows for the building, including four smoke windows to the landings that are operated by automatic actuators in the event of fire. Internal composite fire-rated entrance doors were also supplied for each of the 12 apartments, plus French Doors and single PVC-U doors with sidelights opening onto external balconies. Due to the development’s coastal location, corrosion-resistant austenitic stainless steel hardware was supplied throughout to ensure long-term performance and satisfy BS 7412:2002 Class 4 Corrosion Resistance. Call 0151 549 2339 or visit DELIVERING A HIGH PERFORMANCE IN STOKE Metal Technology System 4-35 Hi+ windows have been installed at Stoke’s newest school. The £22m Ormiston Horizon Academy opened its doors to over 1000 pupils following a two year project to replace the James Brindley Science College under the Building Schools for the Future programme. Designed and constructed by Balfour Beatty, the purposebuilt accommodation provides exceptional resources for students and the local community in a two-storey, four wing building housing various basic and specialised classrooms. System 4-35Hi+ High Performance thermally enhanced casement windows offer the designer a wide and diverse range of profiles that will provide structural integrity, weather performance, thermal enhancement and security. The Thermal range is designed to aid compliance with the latest thermal requirements of the current building regulations. However in conjunction with the correct glass specification these windows can achieve U values below 1.0W/ m2K. Polyamide thermal break profiles have been specifically designed to minimise heat transfer across the window profiles and work in conjunction with specially designed thermal gaskets and foam profiles. The combination of all these products reduce radiated heat loss across the air cavities and thermal transmittance within the window profiles to provide this high level of thermal enhancement. Cream profile added to range Total Glass can now offer Cream on White profiles from stock enabling installers to offer a stylish and softer alternative to white PVC-U window and door products. Available on a five-day lead time in casement, tilt & turn and door profiles, the cream woodgrain foiled finish delivers enhanced aesthetics mimicking those of timber windows. Introduced in response to rising customer demand for greater colour choice, Phill Cresswell, Sales 32 JAN 2014 and Marketing Manager at Total Glass, explained their decision followed the major success of the popular Grey on White profile aimed primarily at the commercial sector. “Cream has great consumer appeal and by introducing it to our product portfolio means we can now offer our installers even greater flexibility and accessibility to new selling opportunities,” he said. “As we can also offer this option from stock, our ability to provide a fast turnaround will assist our customers in completing their projects within agreed time schedules,” added Phill. ‘We can now offer our installers even greater flexibility and accessibility’ For more details, contact Total Glass on 0151 549 2339 or visit the website at To read more, visit