JELD-WEN updates its popular external joinery specification guide


JELD-WEN the UK’s leading manufacturer of timber windows, doors, and stairs, is helping architects and specifiers navigate the finer details of its external joinery range through a new edition of its popular technical specification guide.

The updated guide provides thorough product details for the full range of JELD-WEN windows and external doorsets, including CAD drawings, measurements, Building Regulations, and other associated legislative requirements. Detailed guidance for performance and glazing considerations, as well as finishing and installation recommendations, make it simple to find the best solution for any project.

In addition to introducing the Darwin patio range, a hardwood patio doorset that offers fantastic performance and the option to be painted or stained, architects and specifiers can also discover the new FSC timber composite clip-in pinless beading system now available on the DreamvuTM and Farndale single and French doorsets.

Adrian Wade, Sales Director at JELD-WEN said: “Choosing the right windows and external doorsets can make a huge difference to the style, appearance and thermal performance of any property. We understand that selecting external joinery products can be a challenge, particularly if working to strict planning requirements and Building Regulations.

“At JELD-WEN, we are committed to supporting our customers with the information they need to help projects run smoothly. Our updated technical specification guide provides the finer details of our products, making specifying windows and external doorsets easier for architects and specifiers.”

Download the new technical specification guide here

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