Highseal Manufacturing installs Spectus products in new housing development

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Highseal Manufacturing has installed 738 Spectus windows, 95 Spectus French doors and 27 Spectus single doors in the first phase of a new-build housing development in the village of Kirton, near Boston in Lincolnshire. The first phase was completed in September. Highseal Manufacturing is part of the Fair Share Group, an independent manufacturing facility based in Scunthorpe, North Lincolnshire. The company fabricates the Spectus 70mm PVC-U window and door system from Epwin Window Systems.

The Spires development is collection of two-, three- and four-bedroom homes designed and built by Ashwood Homes. The new-build development will provide a mixture of private homes with 21 of the builds set to be affordable housing. Products for the new 152 first-phase plots made up of two-, three- and four-bedroom properties were manufactured in white on both sides from the Spectus bevelled 70mm system – a PVC-U window and door system from Epwin Window Systems.

Holly Donaldson, office manager at the Highseal Manufacturing Company, said: “Ensuring the windows were manufactured and installed on time was crucial, as the second fit on the electrics can only be completed once the buildings are completely weatherproof. As such, we worked closely with all site contractors for a seamless build.

“We are delighted to have partnered again with Ashwood Homes on this new development. The company has a number of developments across the region featuring family homes between two and four bedrooms. As with all of its projects, these properties are built to a high specification. The first phase of the Spires development has been a great success and we are looking forward to working with Ashwood Homes on their second phase which consists of 670 Spectus windows, 85 Spectus French doors and 8 Spectus single doors.”