As a result of the revised practice guidance issued by the DCSF in September 2012 for Early Years Foundation Stage, there is an increasing requirement for children to be able to ‘free flow’ between indoor and outdoor environments.
The need for a constantly, frequently or even only occasionally open door can result in a loss of heat - potentially costing hundreds of pounds each year in wasted energy costs. It also often results in a cold and unpleasant indoor environment for both staff and children alike.
‘Free Flow’ PVC Door Curtains are designed to keep heat inside where it belongs, therefore preventing such waste and make a huge contribution to maintaining a warm and comfortable internal environment. They can be fitted at almost any outward opening door and are an environmentally sound solution.
In addition to keeping everyone warm and comfortable during the colder months and their obvious energy saving benefits, PVC Door Curtains can also help reduce year round problems such as:
Noise and Air pollution
Flying debris (leaves, litter, etc..)
Insects and wasps
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DoorTECH supply and fit a unique PVC curtain system especially designed for schools and nurseries. The mounting rails are made from a high strength plastic instead of stainless steel or other metal. This means there are no sharp edges and no risk of injury should the curtain strips come free or if they are removed for storage. The unique mounting system also makes the strips easy to remove and replace if required.
The PVC used for the curtain strips is a high quality and durable material that is non-toxic and will not tangle. It is also a superior softer grade than most alternatives which allows it to remain flexible even in colder temperatures.
Offering a complete professional service and advice, DoorTECH also provide a nationwide fitting service which includes a colour matched custom fitted pelmet.
For more information call Ian or Richard on 0845 838 5906 or visit www.doortech.co.uk
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