Published On: Thu, Sep 11th, 2014

Total Glass windows help new homes reach ‘Level 3’

TG - Gt Homer St 3‘A’-rated PVC-U windows manufactured and installed by Total Glass have helped newbuild homes in Great Homer Street, Liverpool to reach Level Three of the Code for Sustainable Homes.

The Liverpool-based social housing fenestration specialist also supplied French Doors for the two, three and four-bedroomed properties built by main contractor Braidwater for their client Liverpool Mutual Homes, a leading social housing provider.

Constructed to Secured by Design specifications, all 51 homes are heavily-insulated in line with LMH’s ‘fabric first’ approach to energy performance. The white thermally-efficient casement windows will contribute to lower energy bills for tenants.

Prior to installation, Total Glass provided a sample window for approval. It also supplied Spandrel Glass as a feature coloured privacy panel in the bottom half of the kitchen windows.

For more information, contact Total Glass on 0151 549 2339 or visit the website at