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  • Building Regulations and Approved Documents

    Building Regulations and Approved Documents

    The primary legislation which introduces the Building Regulations in England and Wales is The Building Act 1984 (In Scotland, it is the Building (Scotland) Act 2003). This Act gives power to the Secretary of State to make detailed regulations. The regulations made under this Act are known as Building Regulations and are regularly amended, updated…

  • Building Regulation Regarding Trickle Vents

    Building Regulation Regarding Trickle Vents

    Ventilation is the process of supplying outdoor air to an enclosed space and removing stale air from the space. It can manage the indoor air quality by both diluting the indoor air with less contaminated outdoor air and removing the indoor contaminants with the exhaust air. The Building Regulations consider three ventilation types as follows…

  • Thermal Performance of Windows and Doors

    Thermal Performance of Windows and Doors

    Thermal performance refers the heat transfer between the building and the surrounding. It is a factor that is concerned how well a structure responds to heat flow between inside and outside of the structure. Thermal performance is measured in terms of heat loss. The heat loss occurs by three modes: convection, conduction and radiation: Whenever…

  • Points to Consider Before Purchasing A Structural Glass Extension

    Points to Consider Before Purchasing A Structural Glass Extension

    A glass structure offers aesthetics with its transparency and clarity. Elevations constructed with glass, especially frameless glazing offer great levels of natural light to penetrate into the interior spaces and act as a picturesque for the exterior views. Gone are the days with solid walls with small voids offering exterior views. With the development in…

  • What is Structural Glazing?

    What is Structural Glazing?

    The term structural glazing refers to glass that is intrinsic to a project’s design: Large glass panels are used, which normally hold some of the structure’s load. Large glass installations with minimum impediments may be created using structural glazing. Structural glazing wraps the external facade of a building with glass. The glazing’s purpose is to…

  • A Guide to the Frameless Structural Glass Roof

    A Guide to the Frameless Structural Glass Roof

    A bespoke glass roof is one of the most widely opted ways to enhance the house. A structural glass roof offers a visually appealing and practical addition to a structure. The glazed roof system has come a long way with the latest technologies and construction techniques. The cutting-edge methods have made the design of frameless…

  • A Guide to Structural Frameless Glass Link

    A Guide to Structural Frameless Glass Link

    Are you looking to create an extra living space, add an annex, or are just looking to give your home a cozier atmosphere? Are you looking for a way to add a new extension to an old building as a conservatory, without compromising its visual appeal and property value? Then glass links are the solution…

  • Steel Framed Window Opening Types

    Steel Framed Window Opening Types

    Be it a new construction project or a renovation, for a commercial setting or a residential property, window styles are a crucial decision and there is a lot to consider before finding one that meets your requirements. Cost, frames and sightlines, thermal efficiency, security, quality and strength are a few factors to consider before making…

  • Steel Framed Windows: Traditional and Modern Styles

    Steel Framed Windows: Traditional and Modern Styles

    Windows are not just additions to empty walls in your home, that bring in light and ventilation. They also reflect your style and personality and need to resonate with the interior of your home to make it complete. Steel windows are versatile and they offer a design flexibility that no other material does. They can…

  • Buying Guide to Timber Windows

    Buying Guide to Timber Windows

    The timber windows are indeed worthy of elevating the worth of either construction or a remodeling project. For the period homes, the timber windows are ideal. The market is filled to the brim with varied timbers and finishes, and so the property owners can have taken out some time and check out the window styles…