Month: September 2018

Westcoast Windows supply Swedish designed and manufactured composite windows and…
Westcoast Windows supply Swedish designed and manufactured composite windows and doors for new Noah’s Ark Children’s Hospice building

Noah’s Ark Children’s Hospice provides Hospice-at-Home and community-based services, by giving clinical, practical and emotional support to babies, children and young people with life-limiting or life-threatening conditions and their families living in North and Central London and Hertsmere. The new hospice building will allow them to offer a wider range of care to over 1,200 babies, children and young people with life-limiting or life-threatening conditions in the catchment areas, where there is currently no children’s hospice building. The Ark is set on a 7.5 acre nature reserve and will be a home-from-home for children who are seriously unwell, where they will be…

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PAS 24:2012 will no longer be recognised…
PAS 24:2012 will no longer be recognised by Secured By Design from 1st October 2018

Westcoast Windows composite windows and doors are tested and independently certified to the new PAS 24:2016 Enhanced security performance requirements…

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What are the benefits of composite windows…
What are the benefits of composite windows vs uPVC windows or plastic/wood alternative windows?

As manufacturers of Swedish true bonded aluminium timber composite windows and doors, we’re often asked why customers should choose composite…

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How wood and thermal comfort with can…
How wood and thermal comfort with can help to improve wellbeing in the workplace – Westcoast Windows Swedish composite windows can provide the ideal workplace glazing solution

Wood and wellbeing in the workplace According to a recent report on Workplaces, Wellness and Wood*, wood is a key…

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