New eco homes in Liverpool achieving level three of the Code for Sustainable Homes feature ‘A’ rated PVC-U windows manufactured and installed by fenestration company, Total Glass.
Total Glass worked with main contractor, Lovells, on the £2.1 million scheme that has delivered 18 modern town houses for social housing provider, Liverpool Mutual Homes.
Casement windows in a RAL 7016 dark grey external foiled finish are said to give the two and three-bedroom town houses in Barlow Street a ‘smart and contemporary’ appearance. The Secured by Design window specification included restrictors and laminated glass panels in the ground floor ones.
Built on the site of old vacant maisonettes fronting Westminster Road, the new homes have rejuvenated a major gateway to the city, while their energy efficiency should result in cheaper fuel bills for residents.
LMH chief executive, Steve Coffey, said that the Barlow Street scheme addresses many of their key priorities, such as providing high quality homes to meet demand and help to transform communities. He added that the homes have already made a big impression, ‘providing a great visual impact’.
For more information, contact Total Glass on 0151 549 2339 or visit the website at www.totalglass.com