This is it, the very last monthly Cool Wall competition for 2015, and what a year it has been.

Firstly, let us congratulate last month’s winner, Homeseal Windows Yorkshire, with this great installation:

This was one of the most voted Cool Wall competitions ever, and there is no wonder when you look at the calibre of work that was uploaded to the wall. This installation will now go on to our Wall of Winners competition which begins at the start of December. More about that later.

It’s now time to find the very last monthly Cool Wall winner for this years awards. Using the form below, all we need you to do is to tell us who you are, whether the installation is a commercial or residential one, and clear and crystal image of the work itself, and a little bit about the job to help sway the undecided voters.

There is no upload limit, so if you have a few that you would like to see up there, click away! A quick tip: the sooner you upload, the better your chances. So don’t wait until the last minute to get your work up there. You don’t need to be registered to take part in this part of the National Fenestration Awards. Voting will stop at the end of this month, with the installation with the most votes declared the winner.

So what happens at the end of this month? As you may have noticed, each monthly winner is displayed on the Cool Wall dashboard page. Once this last month’s winner has been found, the dashboard will become the Wall of Winners page. From there, the industry will have a short period of time to vote for their overall winner. The installation with the most votes will be declared coolest installation of the year. The company responsible for that winning work will get two tickets to the NFA2015 winners event at Oulton Park race track, plus an evening of drinks and other festivities yet to be announced. So, it really is worth taking part in this very last monthly Cool Wall.

Good luck!

Absolute Glazing

This frame-less glass conservatory was recently completed by Absolute Glazing at a residential property

Sharpes Windows and Doors

Truedor Composite door Installed in swindon , Colour Willow with Chrome furniture

Cambs Glass

Cambs Glass team carried out the in-house design, manufacture and installation of these mono pitched rooflights. The rooflights incorporated frameless glass to glass joints thus maximising the clients available daylight. to the space below.

Philip Watts Design

Full building facade, of our porthole wall kits, all complete with drainage. makes a stunning building frontage

Olsen Doors & Windows

Sunflex SF55 folding doors and aluminium clad timber, gable end windows

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November 2015 Cool Wall