A London based double glazing company has completed a major project that has seen a commercial building converted into modern apartments.
Technology House is set over two floors and Keepout Windows installed 150 tilt and turn windows at the property – which were dual functioning and dual-coloured uPVC.
Externally, the windows had an anthracite grey finish, lending to the feel of a modern city apartment.
Alongside this, Keepout also supplied several uPVC French Doors, which were open-out design for ground floor apartments leading on a small a patio area.
The project provides an example of commercial buildings being flipped and turned into residential properties; a trend which is happening across all major cities and towns in the UK.
Mirah Cohen, from Landcore Ltd, worked with Keep Out Windows on the project. She comments: “Keepout stand out in every way with their professionalism and enthusiasm. Keepout is the most helpful and friendly company I have ever dealt with. The service can’t be compared, simply amazing.”
In business since 2008, Keepout is fast becoming one of the capital’s premier installers of windows and doors and offers customers both aluminium and uPVC products.
The company are based is in Haringey in London and currently employ 15 staff.