Theme: doors and windows
Maintenance and meeting Part L have driven the development of doors and windows in recent years. The quest for most materials is to mimic the timber they replace while pushing for greater demands for security and soundproofing There has been no fundamental change in doors and windows recently. There have, of course, been long-term changes, for instance from ply or hardboard-faced flush doors to PVCu, pressed composition board, steel and, if the pundits are correct, increasingly to GRP ...
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