REHAU PVC-U windows have been specified for three schools, as its efficient, secure and easy to fit profiles are top of the class for the education sector.
The REHAU TOTAL70c window system was recommended for the installations at the Harris Primary Academy Shortlands (Bromley, Kent), Harris Primary Academy Chafford Hundred (Grays, Essex) and Harris Primary Academy East Dulwich (London) schools by contractor SEH Commercial.
The specification for the schools centred on key areas; ventilation, thermal insulation, sound insulation and security, major considerations for schools in order to create an optimum learning environment for pupils.
To achieve the brief the windows had top hung outward opening casements and incorporated glazed louvres for ventilation to the classrooms.
Harris Academy were keen to ensure its state-of-the-art schools were visually appealing for its staff and students, and the window design vision contributed to achieving a contemporary look for each of the academies whilst allowing the maximum amount of light in for a naturally lit school space. The Harris Primary Academy Shortlands in particular opted for dual colour windows, a modern look in keeping with the design.
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