Back in 2003, Sosa Doors UK was established based on 25 years of experience in the double-glazing industry. They specialize in the manufacture of high quality, inventive patio door systems for homeowners in Britain. Their in-house team of designers, fabricators, and installers allows them to offer a full turnkey service on everything from residential products to large commercial installations. All of their products are developed in their head production facility just outside of London. Currently they have completed more than 3,000 installations and now have an international base of clients. Their five-star service and dedication to customer satisfaction has resulted in the majority of their business coming in through referrals. The door systems they sell are extremely versatile and can be used for room dividers, patio doors, office enclosures, shop fronts, balcony doors, and more.
All of their products exceed United Kingdom building regulations. Choose from single glazed glass doors for internal purposes, or go with double glazed glass doors for external use. Both have a very high U-value rating of 1.4 per square meter because they are almost completely made of glass instead of aluminum. Glass has higher thermal efficiency, which allows you to save a lot of money on heating bills when compared to other UPVC bifold doors that people tend to use. Sosa is one of the only companies in the United Kingdom that manufactures this kind of door system, so they can offer unbeatable prices and installation lead times on any of their products.
From point of order to full installation, you’ll only have a four-week lead-time. This even includes a full site survey. Every single door is custom created to your measurements and dimensions. Known as a frameless bifold door, glass curtain wall, or glass sliding doors, the latest product is an Ultra slim bifold door, using ultra slim aluminum frames to give a minimalist, modern effect. You can have the doors powder coated in more than 300 different colors. With these doors, you’ll get a completely clear glass view with the durability of a sliding folding opening mechanism and a reliable multi-point security locking system for safety.
If you’re interested in a great product like this for your home or office, you can get a free quote online within just two hours by submitting all the required information. You’ll love having a bigger, brighter room and lower heating bills thanks to Sosa’s patio door systems.
A conflict diamond is also known as a converted diamond, blood diamond, hot diamond, or war diamond. Already these terms make the perfect diamond for your sweetheart a questionable gift of love. Diamonds are a hot commodity in Africa, where nearly 2/3 world’s diamonds originate. Africa is a war torn continent with many factions continually fighting over control of the land. A conflict diamond is one that is mined in a war zone and then sold to finance an insurgency. The proceeds of these diamonds go to finance the activity of a warlord.
If this does not sound like a worthy benevolent cause that you wish to support, then you need to make certain that the diamond you by a certified conflict-free. A conflict-free certification means that the diamond was harvested from a non-conflict source. In the year 2000, the World Diamond Congress adopted a resolution to strengthen the ability to block conflict diamonds.
The certification process involves requiring the gem’s owner to present a Kimberley Certification at the airport before the diamond can be allowed on a plane bound for another country. The Kimberley Process involves record keeping by diamond producing countries to demonstrate the monetary value of the diamonds leaving their country. The process is not foolproof, but it has significantly impacted the flow of conflict diamonds throughout the globe.
The United States is one of the biggest consumers of diamonds on a global basis. In addition to the Kimberley Process, the United States enacted the Clean Diamond Trade Act (CDTA) of 2003 that provided for even stricter controls at diamond import points to further help discourage blood diamonds from entering the United States. Members of the Kimberley Process Scheme worked together to try to stop the flow of blood diamonds. You can do your part in helping to curtail the flow of blood diamonds insisting on conflict-free certification from your diamond seller.
Buying from a reputable seller and insisting on certification can help to avoid tainting that special moment with a blood diamond. This is one of the key reasons to avoid buying diamonds that are unreasonably cheap on venues such as online auction sites. Places such as this are havens for those who wish to use diamonds to finance nefarious activities. If a seller will not provide proper documentation that the diamond is conflict-free, than there is no way to be certain that the diamond on her finger was not bought with blood.
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