Welcome to the January Cool Wall, the very first one of 2017!

The standards of the 2016 Cool Walls were very high indeed, and will be hard to beat this year. But with this new year, as will every year before, this fantastic industry always manages to outperform itself time after time.

We’re sure you’re familiar with how our monthly Cool Wall competitions work by now, but for all those who are new to the NFAs, this is how our Cool Walls work.

Each month we run a monthly Cool Wall up to November. Installers and fabricators can upload their finest work to then have the industry vote on uploaded projects to decide on which is the coolest for that month. The project with the most votes at the end of the month is declared the winner.

The winner of each monthly Cool Wall will find their installation displayed proudly on our home page, and will go on to our end of year Wall of Winners competition. The Wall of Winners competition is held in December and is a shootout vote between the 11 monthly Cool Wall winners to determine the coolest project of the year. The industry votes and the one with the most votes wins. The company with the project declared overall winner will go on to participate in this campaign’s Winners Event and all that entails, as well as picking up a trophy for their success. Not a bad return for a free competition that only takes a few minutes to enter!

As projects are uploaded they will appear here, and a poll will become live to vote for your chosen project. Use the form below to tell us who you are, whether it’s a residential or commercial project, and of course your description of your chosen installation to upload.

There is no upload limit, and the earlier you upload the better chance you have of being voted the winner.

Good luck!

Vaspa Ltd

Smart Architectural Aluminium, Alitherm 300 Windows & Visoglide Plus 35MM Interlock in Sensation Obsidian Black Colour

Nordic Installations – WINNER!

Smart Architectural Aluminium, Alitherm 600, Alitherm Plus & Visofold 100. Location Dunsford, Devon. Photography by Joakim Boren.