BESPOKE EXTERNAL STEEL
THE 'CLASSICS' RANGE
The basic style of the W20 range was inspired by the “SMW” (Standard Windows Metal)
range, which was proposed on the market immediately after the First World War 1914-1918. In this revised version, the depth of the profiles has been increased by 7 mm to be able to accommodate glasses with higher thicknesses.
The W40 builds on this classic style and allows a more diverse hot rolled steel profile, with thickness up-to 5mm we have the ability to produce double and even triple glazed external steel doors and windows.
Lead Times: 10 weeks
THE 'THERMAL' RANGE
The W50TB profile is a hot rolled steel window profile, now refined and evolved thanks to modern technologies. The innovative high density polyurethane isolator used as thermal barrier, together with the possibility of housing high performance double pane glass up to 37 mm, allow to fully respond to current regulations and contemporary needs for comfort, also in harsher weather conditions, where the traditional steel windows may not be sufficient.
The OS2-65 is a Secco Profile. Designed in Switzerland and manufactured in Poland this profile is for large openings that need to retain a large amount of heat. Within this profile we can produce sliding doors, bi-folding doors and french doors with little compromise to both structural integrity and heat retention. Tripple glazing is also possible in this profile.
Lead Times: 12 weeks
EXTERNAL FRENCH STEEL DOORS
EXTERNAL STEEL WINDOWS
GLASS & IRONMONGERY
We understand that the final details are the most important part of any piece, which is why we offer a fully bespoke design with a boutique finish.
Do you have an ideal handle in mind? Drop us a technical spec or a link to the website and we will include that handle in your estimate. We can also make a variety of push/pull handles and lever handles as standard if you want us to supply.
Choose from the following glass to suit your project:
Have a type of glass that isn't listed above? We are not afraid to fit anything you want, so just ask.