May Cool Wall
Wow. We think the April Cool Wall was one of our best ever!
We had ten excellent examples of your work uploaded to the wall, that ranged from residential to commercial, from PVC to aluminium to timber. It was a great spread of work and will go down as one of the best Cool Wall months in NFA history…so far.
Can May be better? We think so! First of all, we’d like to congratulate April’s winners which were T & J Conservatories (@TJConservatory) with this superb and innovative conservatory installation:
T & J’s winning image will go on to the Wall of Winners at the end of the year where you’ll all be able to vote on what you think if the coolest installation of the year.
So, back to this month. We’re continuing the Cool Wall as a registration-free part of the NFAs as it seems to be an experiment which worked well during the remainder of April.
Using the form below, send us the very best examples of your work, be it residential or commercial, or any of the usual fenestration material types. There is no upload limit, so feel free to go ahead and send us as many as you wish. They will appear on this page once they have been moderated. Once up there, people will then be able to vote on what installation looks the coolest. Nice and simple!
T&J CONSERVATORIES – This was a complete overhaul to the rear of this customers home. We extended and installed uPVC decking to the area, new steps and a complete new Conservatory installation. You can see the before and after pictures on our Twitter page @tjconservatory
T&J CONSERVATORIES – We installed Residence9, sash, timber effect, flush fitting windows to this customers home. Upstairs we fitted Aluminium framed windows.
OLSEN DOORS & WINDOWS – This brand new 3 house plot in Forest Hill, London uses Elite 92 Alu (triple glazed, alu-clad timber) windows to span the entire height of the buildings and also 3 sets of our SF55 all aluminium folding sliding doors with completely flush thresholds.
FUTURETECH LTD – We installed aluminium windows, doors and curtain walling to this new development. We think it looks pretty cool