Elderly residents will rest soundly thanks to acoustic glass windows installed in luxury retirement apartments in Romiley.
Target Windows has helped to complete The Adlington Retirement Living development, called The Folds, three weeks ahead of schedule.
The development will feature plenty of natural light, with views of the Peak Forest Canal on School Brow, and is anticipated to be completed by mid-March.
Benefits of acoustic glass windows
Guy Basnett, director of Target Windows, said: “The acoustic glass windows were really important for the project, to offer residents a quiet, peaceful retirement. We had to be respectful of the other architecture in the area and we used Profile 22 windows, which are sympathetic to the other designs.”
Wayne Green, site manager, said: “Our team have been working full steam ahead and we’re pleased with the progress we’ve made and the quality of the build. We take enormous pride in our work and enjoy creating homes where people can enjoy a long and happy retirement.”
The Folds will offer Romiley residents the privacy of their own peaceful and spacious apartment, time in the leafy gardens, a relaxing hairdressing salon, therapy suite and Homeowners’ lounge.
Target’s commercial department
Target Windows’ commercial department has been running as an independent body since 2005 and has taken on and completed many projects since then, ranging from £20,000 to £350,000.
We are able to supply not only UPVc but have experience in aluminium, wood and acoustic glass windows. With our combined knowledge and very experienced workforce, we can organise and run projects from small to large.
Some of our clients include:
• J & S Seddon (Building)
• Staffordshire Housing
• Sanctuary Housing
• Moorlands Housing
• Keele University
• Harper Group PLC
• Novus Property Solutions
• Unitas Stoke-on-Trent-Ltd
• McPhillips Wellington
• Donna Louise Hospice
• Dogs Trust
• The Gladman Group
For more information about our commercial works, call us on 01782 398021