County Durham-based ATT Fabrications worked with THF Homes to support an architecturally-led new-build design using Sheerline’s range of aluminium windows and doors.

The project features three sets of Prestige Bi-Fold Doors, two Prestige Composite Door Frames and 15 Classic beadless windows, which were specified in a flush frame with stepped sashes.

The Sheerline Classic beadless window uses a patented jointing method which simplifies the fabrication process, eliminating the need for crimping and specialist machinery while also reducing the misalignment of frames.

As well as helping the client achieve a sleek, modern, airy aesthetic, this combination of products was selected to ensure there was a consistent look across the property. 

The use of the Sheerline systems throughout also ensured a matched range of aluminium windows, doors, bi-folds, and roof lanterns.

All products on this project were chosen with Cream exteriors and Hipca Gloss White interiors.

ATT Fabrications managing director Andrew Devlin said: “The property needed the wow factor as all the homes in this development are valued at £1 million plus.”

“This task was made easier thanks to Sheerline and its’ Classic System because it suits the traditional style of the build while adding a contemporary feel. Both THF and the installers appreciated the fact the windows came pre-glazed using the beadless system,” he added.

Sheerline CEO Roger Hartshorn added: “That ATT Fabrications chose Sheerline for this project is fantastic – the finished result is a refined, modern looking home that encapsulates everything we offer as a brand. That our aluminium windows, doors, and bi-folds were selected highlights the versatility of our products.”

“Our proven ‘whole-house’ solutions enhance new build and renovation projects aiming to achieve an ultra-modern, super sleek aesthetic, but we’ve also got products that provide a subtle upgrade for traditional, character, and heritage properties, so homeowners can retain their property’s charm without compromising on thermal efficiency or security.”

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