Residents in two 15-storey high tower blocks at Sefton, Merseyside are benefiting from warmer homes thanks to the installation of new energy-efficient aluminium windows, supplied and installed by Total Glass.
Manufactured at Total’s Liverpool production facility using the Sapa 75 Si system, the fully reversible windows incorporate Sunguard SN70/37 solar-controlled glass to allow for maximum light transmission, while reducing solar gain and preventing excessive heat build-up.
Finished in a grey RAL 7021 polyester powder-coated finish, the 270 windows were installed in the side and front-facing elevations of Chapel House and Dean House, which are managed by social housing provider, One Vision Housing.
Stuart Holt, Total Glass Commercial Aluminium Manager commented: “Fully reversible windows were specified for ease of cleaning and maintenance. Given that both blocks are on an exposed site overlooking Bootle Docks, these new high performance windows will contribute to lower energy bills and better thermal efficiency for the occupants.”For more information, contact Total Glass on 0151 549 2339 or visit the website at www.totalglass.com