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Competitive composite glazing style and performance

VELFAC's high-performance aluminium/wood windows are affordable quality, affordable style

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Uniform sightlines whether fixed or opening windows
Uniform sightlines whether fixed or opening windows

VELFAC composite aluminium/wood windows combine performance and style, and are competitively priced against similar composite or aluminium systems. Our windows offer exceptional thermal performance with U-values as low as 0.8W/m²k, and acoustic performance as high as Rw43dB. The slim 54mm frames also provide uniform sightlines, which maximises natural daylight and creates a seamless exterior in which all windows and doors – fixed, opening and motorised – are identical in appearance. 

Contact the VELFAC sales or technical team about new projects at sales-support@VELFAC.co.uk, and click on the links below to see VELFAC products in action:

  • VELFAC windows are suitable for all types of projects
    VELFAC windows are suitable for all types of projects
  • Maximise the use of natural daylight
    Maximise the use of natural daylight
  • Let the daylight in with slim frames, low maintenance windows
    Let the daylight in with slim frames, low maintenance windows
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Crome Court, University of East Anglia

VELFAC composite glazing makes a major contribution to UEA’s Crome Court, one of a new breed of student accommodation blocks which combines exceptional design with low-energy performance, representing impressive value for money.

The Purelake Group, London

‘VELFAC has been installed in the majority of Purelake new build developments for around a decade, and whenever possible the system is always our preferred choice, especially if the alternative is all-aluminium.’ Noel Convert, Purelake director.

Ashmount Primary School, Islington

VELFAC windows and window walling are installed in the UK’s first carbon-neutral school, built as part of an ambitious scheme to transform an unkempt piece of land into an exemplar carbon-negative development.

For more information and technical support visit: velfac.co.uk

 

Contact:

01223 897100

post@velfac.co.uk


 

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