Members of the Wood Window Alliance (WWA) provide timber and alu-clad windows and doors to a wide variety of developments, including new homes, schools and hotels. Over recent years, there has been a growing demand from the student accommodation market.
Requiring high specification and quality to meet the demanding needs of both students and property owners, key considerations when selecting materials are cost effectiveness, ease of maintenance, durability, performance, and sustainability. Sashless Timber Windows are a WWA member that have been involved in a number of student living projects, including the James House project in Bath. Working with main contractor Rydon and Stride Treglown Architects, Sashless Timber Windows provided timber casement windows, timber entrance doorsets, louvre panels and curtain walling for the build of the 169 bedroom student accommodation development in Bath City Centre.
From their range of high performance timber windows, Sashless Timber Windows supplied Sutton Casement Windows; an informed choice for commercial and residential projects with a robust frame section, 24mm double-glazed sealed units with low emissivity glass to one leaf and finished with a contemporary choice of micro-porous opaque coating, sitting perfectly within the Grampian Curtain Walling. With enhanced security and stunning good looks, Sashless Grampian timber doorsets were selected as entrance doors. In addition to the design and manufacture of the products, the company also provided a complete installation package.
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