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Changes to Part L Building Regulations

What do they mean for window and façade systems? Be reassured with Reynaers.

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Interior view of The Giving Tree private project. A modern table is set in front of big glass surfaces.

Towards a sustainable urbanisation

Cities and their population are rapidly growing all across the world. But how do we match urban growth with the climate issues we are confronted with today? The answer: sustainable green building.

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We found our ideal solution in Reynaers Aluminium's durable and elegant curtain wall systems.

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Part L: Be reassured with Reynaers

An introduction to Unitised Curtain Walling

With Reynaers Aluminium curtain wall solutions, you create a façade that is different from the rest. Choose an exterior building envelope that is ready to withstand all weather conditions and looks stunning while doing it.

Our curtain walling solutions provide both functional and aesthetic added value for any renovation and new construction project. The range is diverse and includes stick curtain walling, unitised element façades, and unique window wall systems. All high-end aluminium products that raise the design and performance of your building to a higher level.

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Part L: Be reassured with Reynaers

Introduction to the Future Homes Standard

The Government is making changes to Part L of the Building Regulations which come into force from June 15th, 2022. The changes will reduce the amount of carbon emissions produced by buildings and have big implications for the design and construction of buildings – including window and façade systems.

We’ve been preparing for well over a year to ensure we provide our customers with absolute reassurance that when they specify or install Reynaers’ products they are fully compliant with the updated regulations.

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Exterior view of sleek ConceptWall 50 façade, featured on the Equator project in Warsaw.