Suitable for the refurbishment or new build of low, medium and high rise housing schemes, schools and other types of public sector buildings.
Timber Window & Door products offered
- Standard white high performance painted finish
- RAL colour option
- Translucent finish
- Fixed lights
- Side hung and top hung projecting casement
- Top hung, fully reversible
- Horizontal pivot
- Vertical sliding sash
- Single leaf residential doors – inward or outward opening
- French doors
Works and services offered
- Design and manufacture of products
- Design and supply service
- Supply and/or installation
- Site management service
Benefits of LHC framework for Timber Window & Door products
The LHC framework for timber window and door products offers our clients products that are designed to meet the latest edition requirements of the Building Regulations and Building (Scotland) Regulations.
All windows and doors are compliant to BS 644, BS EN 14351-1 and PAS 24 and are CE Marked to the harmonised standard relating to performance characteristics for windows and doors (BS EN 14351-1).
The framework also incorporates requirements laid down by the Wood Window Alliance and incorporates security options which conform to BS 7950, PAS 24 and Secured by Design.
Health, safety and environmental specifications address fire safety, air management, accessibility and use of buildings, special needs hardware, child safety, high performance glazing, self-cleaning glass and energy efficiency.
All timber used on products is legally sourced from sustainably managed forests. On refurbishment projects, existing windows and doors are removed and responsibly disposed of for recycling.
Design advice and support services include interpretation and conformity to regulatory requirements, planning assistance, full survey and installation service, programming and resident liaison. Surveying and installation follow the guidance set out in BS 8213-4, which includes all finishing off and making good.
A 10-year product and installation guarantee is provided.
This framework for England, Wales and Scotland is effective from 1st December 2013 until 30th November 2015 with possible extension to 30th November 2017.