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Composite glazing: Everything architects need for future projects

Planning to install distinctive, slim-framed aluminium timber windows and doors? Velfac has all the tools...

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Velfac glazing at the Launchpad Building on Falmouth University's Penryn Campus. BDP architects.
Velfac glazing at the Launchpad Building on Falmouth University's Penryn Campus. BDP architects.
  • Find all you need to know about the Velfac high performance composite system at velfac.co.uk
  • Versatile Velfac glazing has been installed in projects across the UK. Visit velfac.co.uk/gallery for case studies from landmark developments to small builds.
  • Expert consultancy: tailored advice at every specification stage, from initial design ideas through to post-installation support. Plus RIBA-approved CPD resources
  • Specification tools are available online, including comprehensive product and technical information, system drawings and BIM objects.
  • Access the latest test information, which shows how the Velfac system meets (and exceeds) current regulatory standards.
  • Installation support: find out more about the Velfac Approved Installer network.

Cost-effective composite glazing

Stylish and contemporary, the Velfac system offers exceptional performance at a cost-effective price. Benefits include:

  • Impressive thermal and acoustic performance.
  • Uniform sightlines.
  • Low-maintenance construction.
  • 12-year warranties on window units.
  • Sustainable design.
  • Velfac glazing at Queen Margaret Drive residential development, Glasgow. CDA Group architects.
    Velfac glazing at Queen Margaret Drive residential development, Glasgow. CDA Group architects.
  • Bohunt School, Worthing. ECE Architecture.
    Bohunt School, Worthing. ECE Architecture.
  • Alder Hey Children's Hospital, Liverpool. BDP architects.
    Alder Hey Children's Hospital, Liverpool. BDP architects.
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For more information and technical support, visit velfac.co.uk

 

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