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New Hörmann products unveiled at the National Homebuilding Show

National Homebuilding Show Hormann
The world of garage doors never stands still, with new products constantly being developed, tested and released. Part of our job here at ABi Garage Doors is to keep an eye on the latest innovations, so that we can continue to offer our customers the best products from the best manufacturers.
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Contemporary Architecture in Harrogate. ABi work with Swan Lane Developments on their exclusive modern apartments

Swan Lane Developments Garage Doors Harrogate

Being a North Yorkshire Spa town, Harrogate has an ancient history and features many fine examples of architecture, including a Grade I listed building. So here at ABi we were intrigued when we were approached by Swan Lane Developments to work with them on an apartment construction that featured a very contemporary aesthetic.
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Development in Leeds – what’s coming up in 2017?

Development in Leeds - what’s coming up in 2017?
With our head office based in Leeds, ABi Garage Doors are always interested to see what’s happening in the city – especially when it comes to building and development, as it kind of relates to our own industry! After a successful 2016, it seems that Leeds is set for another great year in 2017, with plenty of planned developments to help us become an even better city than before.
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Transfering the code to a Hormann HSE 4 BS hand transmitter

Hormann HSE 4 BS Transfer Code Instructions

Info Sheet: ABi011.1 – Transfering the code from an existing HSE 4 BiSecur transmitter to a new BiSecur transmitter
Series 3 Hand Transmitters

Please note: To transfer the code from one hand transmitter to another, the signal strength needs to be very strong. This means the units need to be very close together and have a good battery power.

The procedure is more reliable if the receiving transmitter is on the left hand side, ideally in direct contact with the sending / existing transmitter, with their tops level (see image below).
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ABi Garage Doors in TV spotlight on ‘Restoration Man’

ABi Garage Doors Feature on Restoration Man TV Show
Imagine for a moment a 46 foot tall water tower in a rural setting. Now imagine turning that tower into a dream home full of modern fixtures and fittings. Well that’s exactly what Majid and Carol Nadry did – and the journey of their incredible work on the Walton Head Water Tower has now been featured on Channel 4’s hit TV show, The Restoration Man… and we were lucky enough to be part of the project!
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Checking out the latest Hörmann Garage Doors at the IMHX show

Hormann IMHX Show
As some of you will already know, we’ve been working with leading garage door manufacturer Hörmann for many years now, and we’re proud to offer their high quality products to our customers across Yorkshire. It’s always nice to have the chance to take a sneaky peek at their new products and to have a chat with their staff, so we sent Luke and James along to the recent International Materials Handling Exhibition (IMHX) at Birmingham’s NEC to show their support and take a look around…
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Wakefield Waterfront set to be transformed into the new creative centre of the North

Rutland Mills Wakefield
Wakefield Council have agreed the sale of the Rutland Mills site to developers City and Provincial Properties PLC. Rutland Mills sits next to the internationally renowned Hepworth Wakefield art gallery and the regeneration scheme will see the 10 acres of waterfront transformed into a creative hub.
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Plans for a 47-acre waterside business park submitted to Wakefield council

City Fields Wakefield
Keyland Developments have recently submitted plans to Wakefield Council in a bid to redevelop the old Calder Vale sewage treatment works. The 47-acre ‘City Fields Waterside Park Business Hub’ would offer over 500,000 sq ft of space for offices and industrial buildings and form the primary employment element of the new 375-acre City Fields development.
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The UK’s Housing Crisis

The UK’s Housing Crisis

The Barker Review of Housing Supply

In March 2004 the Barker Review of Housing Supply published its final report. The report was authored by economist Kate Barker and detailed a number of recommendations based on some very thorough and excellent analysis. One of the recommendations was that the UK needed to build around 250,000 new homes every year to prevent spiralling house prices and a shortage of affordable homes. A line in the report’s Foreword reads: ‘A weak supply of housing contributes to macroeconomic instability, and hinders labour market flexibility, constraining economic growth’.
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