Residence 9, a new window system designed to replicate traditional 19th Century Flush Sash timber windows was a star of the FIT Show. Its innovative design and authentic but high performance windows accommodate double or triple glazed sealed units and give market leading thermal and acoustic performance. Designed to look good while meeting the most stringent standards, Residence 9 uses SWISSPACER warm edge spacer bars in its sealed units.
Residence 9 windows combine beautiful, traditional design with advanced features and benefits. They are suitable for conservation areas and can be made exactly to customer requirements. To meet the needs of modern living, double or triple glazed windows reduce noise levels and keep homes at a comfortable temperature. SWISSPACER spacer bars offer excellent thermal performance in sealed units. SWISSPACER’s semi-matt appearance gives a subtle, low-glare finish, available in 17 different colours for a high end look.
Dan Gill, Managing Director of Eclectic Systems’ Residence 9 says: “The Residence 9 window is designed to authentically replicate the kerbside appearance, the traditional methods of mechanically jointing and the opening mechanisms and hardware, without compromising on high thermal and acoustic performance and long maintenance free life. We use SWISSPACER in Residence 9 for excellent energy efficiency and long lasting performance.
“We were delighted by the response from visitors at the FIT Show. We even had a visit from DGCOS ambassador and ex-Crimewatch presenter Nick Ross. He was very interested in Residence 9 and asked very informed questions.”