Through the round window…

Universal Arches recently manufactured a circular window for an impressive Residence 9 refurbishment project in eclectic grey in Audley, Stoke-On-Trent.

Residence 9 is a ‘premium window system’, designed and engineered by Eclectic Systems to replicate the 19th Century flush sash timber window. It can be considered for use in conservation areas due to its authentic appearance and is also said to be ‘appealing to any homeowner who wants a top end luxury window brand’.

Eclectic Systems and Universal Arches agreed a relationship back in 2012 to exclusively develop fully welded, shaped frames with flush sashes, including circular, arched head windows and angled frames in the Residence 9 system, in a variety of through colour, foiled finishes. This latest project was also part of a re-development that included other windows and a Solidor R9 composite door.  

In recent years Universal Arches has built trading relationships with the likes of Rehau for curved cable management systems, Thomas Sanderson for arched heads for its latest range of shutters and Solidor for what is said to be the UK’s first true arched head composite door.

With around a 65% share of the bending sector, Universal Arches says it has been able to help ‘shape the bending sector as a whole’, with new initiatives and quality standards. The company was also involved in the UK’s largest commercial project for shaped frames with Dempsey Dyer, recognised when both companies were nominated for Commercial Project of the Year at the G14 Awards.

Leon Day, managing director of Universal Arches, commented:

“Our business relationships reflect the way in which we work, professionally and with a quality-led culture as our ISO9001:2008 certification shows. Our product quality is also exemplary and one of the main reasons why we were solely chosen to work with the Residence 9 product by Eclectic Systems.”

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