Dynamic new product and technical design guides from market leader Mumford & Wood

As the UK’s leading manufacturer of premium quality timber windows, French doorsets and entrance doors, Mumford & Wood have introduced an information-packed, beautifully illustrated 44 page product guide featuring Conservation™ and Contemporary™ range products.

“As members of the BWF TWA Scheme, and founder members of the Wood Window Alliance, we continue to work hard to achieve all the most desirable performance attributes that modern fenestration can contribute to a better and more comfortable life for today’s homeowners,” says Chris Wood, Sales and Marketing Director, Mumford & Wood.  “This includes products that improve security, reduce sound interference, offer exceptional levels of thermal efficiency and the very best design aesthetics for which the brand is synonymous.”

The Conservation™ and Contemporary™ windows offer U-values and window ratings that exceed the requirements of current Building Regulations. “The 1.4 W/m²K U-values and BSI ‘A-C’ window energy ratings provide future proof that our client’s projects will already satisfy the 2013 Building Regulations well ahead of time,” continues Chris Wood.

This new product guide, which is accompanied with full technical specifications and drawings within an accompanying technical manual, has been designed to comprehensively enable the specification of Mumford & Wood’s products while guiding the specifier through the requirements of current Building Regulations. The new product guide provides project examples and demonstrates the way in which modern timber fenestration products can deliver performance while producing traditional or contemporary sightlines.

 “Our aim is to provide specifiers with our latest developments in windows and doors that are designed to meet Government legislation in reaching carbon emission targets.  As we all know, windows and doors are critical in developing new and existing properties and architects and developers need a specification that will stack up maximum credits in the Code for Sustainable Homes criteria,” continues Chris Wood.

The introduction of this new guide and technical data will precede the newly designed website: www.mumfordwood.com which will be launched in later on in 2011.

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