Arctic Glass, the Blackburn based fabricator and installer, recently completed a major project for the Bolton Autism Unit, a purpose built facility for autistic children. Arctic installed 102 windows and 15 doors for Seddon Construction. Arif Roker, MD of Arctic, believes it was the quality and look of Deceuninck’s products which clinched the deal: “We had worked on healthcare projects before,” says Arif, “and we knew quality and aesthetics would be essential. Seddon were so impressed by the samples we showed them they broke away from their approved supplier list and invited us to tender – and we won the contract.”
The anti-ligature hardware specified for all the windows was an unusual feature of the project. Arif explains: “It’s a unique concept in PVC windows, so we had to adapt the window for the required hardware, which called for some unorthodox manufacturing techniques! But we knew Deceuninck’s profiles would be up to the job and the end result looks good and works well.”
Arctic Glass has used Deceuninck since 1992 when the company was founded by Arif’s father. “Deceuninck offers superior quality,” says Arif, “others in the market don’t compare. Very occasionally we’ve had to use another supplier for a product Deceuninck doesn’t sell, and the difference in quality is marked.”
To find out about Deceuninck’s quality products visit www.deceuninck.co.uk. Visit www.arcticglassuk.com for more information on Arctic Glass.
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