When RTA Joinery was tasked with transforming a newbuild farmhouse in Eastwood, they turned to heritage sealed units manufacturer Slenderline Glass for help.
Combining authentic, heritage aesthetics with cutting-edge thermal performance, Slenderline Glass, part of the E J Cocker Group, has established itself as a leading supplier of advanced slimline heritage units.
Richard Allen of RTA Joinery, who needed 600 units for the job, commented: “Despite the farmhouse being a newbuild property, it needed to be given a traditional look and we knew that Slenderline Glass’ heritage sealed units would be perfect to create the desired effect.
“The accurate design and look of Slenderline’s traditional slimline glass units coupled with the modern thermal efficiency creates a really strong selling point for us.
“We have developed a strong relationship with Andy and the team, and Slenderline Glass provide high levels of quality and service.”
Operating from Tunbridge Wells, RTA Joinery specialises in bespoke windows, doors, staircases and conservatories.
For Slenderline Glass, it’s more positive feedback from a satisfied customer, and Andy Cocker, Director at Slenderline Glass, said: “We are delighted to hear that RTA Joinery have benefitted from our advanced slimline heritage units. The farmhouse looks very impressive and RTA have done a wonderful job.
Available in a full range of sizes to match any traditional rebate, Slenderline provides an advanced slimline unit for any heritage window. Slenderline achieves its modern-day thermal qualities through warm edge technology and either Argon or Krypton gas, whilst a sympathetic design accurately matches the dimensions and details of a traditional sealed unit.