Domestic

Domestic

Steel Window Association members are able to manufacture, supply and install windows and doors to a wide variety of specifications and designs that meet either listed building status or modern building regulations.

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Commercial

Domestic

Steel Window Association members are able to design, manufacture, supply and install windows and doors specifically for a project and to the clients own specifications.

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The Steel Window Association (SWA) represents the great majority of UK steel window manufacturers, ranging in size from the smallest of craft-based companies through to large, multi-site companies. There is not a steel window project of any description, anywhere in the UK, that one of the SWA members cannot handle.

The SWA supports its member companies with a wide ranging service relating to product development, market research and promotion and the SWA helps ensure that each member operates to the highest industry standards.

Latest project news

W40 STEEL SCREENS OFFERING STYLISH PERFORMANCE

The doorsets and screens now available from members of the Steel Window Association offer specifiers the ultimate blend of style, security and sustainable performance.

SWA MEMBER HELPS RESTORE BRIGHTON STATION

Terminating opposite its famous beach, close by the pier stretching out into the English Channel, Brighton’s railway station is part of the resort’s most recognisable structures, and an important part of its architectural heritage. When it came to undertaking significant refurbishment work to the building, local conservation officers sought to restore the elements involved to their original splendour, which has led to a member of the Steel Window Association supplying a large number of arch topped doorsets and windows for the work.

SWA MEMBER HELPS RESTORE BRIGHTON STATION

Terminating opposite its famous beach, close by the pier stretching out into the English Channel, Brighton’s railway station is part of the resort’s most recognisable structures, and an important part of its architectural heritage. When it came to undertaking significant refurbishment work to the building, local conservation officers sought to restore the elements involved to their original splendour, which has led to a member of the Steel Window Association supplying a large number of arch topped doorsets and windows for the work.

Members

If you are a manufacturer, supplier or installer of steel windows or doors then you may want to join the Steel Window Association. Benefits include belonging to a UK recognised trade organisation, Sales enquiries, product development, building regulation influence and much more. Click on the link below to find out more.

 

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