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10 REASONS TO CHOOSE INTERNORM BY SCOTIA WINDOWS & DOORS

When choosing a supplier for your windows and doors, whether for a new build development, raising the value of your property or fitting out a Grand Design, the difference is in the small details.

We’ve taken ten from our Internorm range which we believe make Internorm by Scotia the very best choice for your project:

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Three gaskets all around are available without surcharge and prevent water and sound entering in.
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Long-lasting gaskets are manufactured of high-quality materials, depending on requirements. Black or light grey gaskets match the window colour perfectly.
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Two-colour gaskets offer a clean and tidy appearance.
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The wall thickness is essential: Profiles from our own production have an outer wall thickness of 3 mm. Therefore, Internorm is marked with the highest possible RAL-A certificate.
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Harmonic symmetries are important with Internorm. The lines create a nice and calm, symmetrical inside appearance.
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All closing elements are manufactured from high-quality materials with Internorm. They are rounded at the edges to make cleaning easier.
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One glazing bead, which fits smoothly and inconspicuously into the window design with Internorm, ensures a discreet surface.
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Our flying mullion with multi-sash windows covers the gap and offers symmetrical flowing lines.
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The high-quality aluminium handle is available without surcharge and follows your chosen design.
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Concealed hardware and the fixed point of rotation are fundamentally important for better functioning and therefore for higher loading capacity. Longevity thus becomes inclusive.

Come and take a closer look…  it pays to look at the details!

Perfectly designed to complement your Grand Design

Flood internal spaces with light

Minimal frames allowing for substantial overcladding

Aluminium lift and slide doors to let the outdoors in

Windows with the ability to blend rather than contrast

Town centre, village or city: styles to suit all locations

2018-11-17T00:30:17+00:00 November 8th, 2018|