The monthly Cool Wall competitions roll on, and as we approach Spring and the better weather, the industry will be finding it’s stride and completing some really amazing work.

We saw some of this in February, with more high quality installations by high quality companies. The votes in the February Cool Wall were very close, but Nordic Installations just edged it with this vibrant installation:

 

Credit: Nordic Installations

A massive well done to Nordic, as they make it two from two so far this year. This installation will go on to our Wall of Winners competition at the end of the year, where the industry will vote to decide the coolest project of 2017.

However for now, it is time to find the coolest installation for March. 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.

As projects are uploaded they will appear here, and a poll will become live to vote for your chosen project once two or more images have been uploaded. 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!

McDermott Windows

This is a very Cool installation of a premium PVCu Engineered door from the Suffolk Door Collection. The customer wanted a timber alternative door and liked the look of the Suffolk Door Collection due to its unique mechanical joints, natural wood grain finish, custom designs and the option to have any RAL colour they wanted. In the end our customer chose to go with RAL 7039 which really does compliment the stone surrounding and makes the Door really unique. We spent a lot of time with our customer getting the design just right, which in their words, is better than they ever imagined. If you are looking to create your dream door then visit www.mdermottwindows.co.uk or contact us on 01254694869.

Park Farm Design Ltd

  Luxury house in Buckinghamshire featuring Park Farm Designs bespoke sliding system and windows. 21m sliding glass wall and almost 3m tall.

National Window Systems – WINNER

Opus ultraSky Lantern Rooflight installed at the National Window Systems show-site in Darlington. Opus is an aluminium, timber clad composite system from Prefix Systems. Available in a range of RAL colours and timber finishes.

  Keymer Double Glazing

The “bungalow-style” property is located in the heart of Sussex and was bought by a property developer who has built a number of high-end exquisite homes within area. He wanted to add some life in to the property and really make it special by modernising it with full aluminium window and doors as well as a new lower level extension. The extension featured an Atlas lantern to create a real ‘wow’ factor when seen for the upper ground level complimented with REAL Aluminium windows and a six pane triple track REAL Sliding Patio Doors. The room features high spec touch screen products which matched perfectly with the modern appearance of the Atlas roof. The triple track sliding doors open out to magnificent views across a beautiful Sussex country park.

Nordic Installations Ltd

Converstion & extension of an existing ressidential property direct to the client. Rehau u-PVC smooth grey foil external with white gloss finish internally.