Thursday, October 13, 2011 12:19:00 PM
Investing in products such as Plastic Thermal Reinforcements can cut down on fabrication costs, increase profit, and still exceed the criteria set down by the revised building regulations, claims Synseal. The leading systems supplier has developed a fully approved to BS7950 & BS6375 range of PTRs for Legend, SynerJy and Shield profiles, which are made from 100% recycled material and have been designed to make windows more energy efficient than those reinforced with steel.
Thursday, October 13, 2011 11:47:00 AM
Synseal fabricator and installer, DDG Windows Ltd, recently completed a school project a week ahead of schedule, providing pupils with an energy efficient and comfortable learning environment in time for the new term. St Bonaventures Catholic School in East London approached Dagenham-based DDG after receiving a glowing recommendation from nearby St Angela's Ursuline School, following a successful project there.
Thursday, October 13, 2011 11:11:00 AM
Synseal is updating its retail marketing brochures, and is asking window and conservatory customers for help with providing the photography.
Homeowners are being asked to submit digital photographs of their new vertical sliding sash windows or conservatory. If they are chosen by Synseal, we will arrange for a professional photographer to visit the premises, and hand over £100 in Marks and Spencer vouchers as a ‘thank you’.
Thursday, October 13, 2011 11:01:00 AM
Although there isn’t a relevant category in the Guinness Book of Records, Synseal believes that it has set some kind of record by setting up a new fabricator to make frames just eight days after the initial phone call to the company. Jim Churchill of Rotherham-based JWC Windows Ltd decided to approach Synseal as his chosen system supplier and, after a conversation with Synseal Chief Executive David Leng, produced his first frame using Synseal’s Synergy suite just over a week later.
Thursday, October 13, 2011 10:28:00 AM
Quickslide, the UK’s biggest manufacturer of vertical sliding windows, has installed a third Schirmer machining centre as part of the company’s ongoing strategy to boost capacity. Installation of the Schirmer SU1 Frame and Mullion Cutting and Machining Centre, which is widely regarded as the finest machine of its type, will increase production output, as demand has been strong for its casement windows, on the way to a 60% plus increase in sales of this style in the current financial year.
Thursday, October 13, 2011 9:53:00 AM
Brighouse based Quickslide has added to its delivery fleet with trucks sign-written with the company’s Renaissance brand, offering its installer customers an additional promotional opportunity to compliment the substantial range of marketing materials provided to boost their sales.
Wednesday, October 12, 2011 4:28:00 PM
Northwich Glass is the latest company to buy SGG PLANITHERM TOTAL+ glass and join the Saint-Gobain Glass PLANITHERM Network.
The Synseal window fabricator and installer switched suppliers to benefit from the extra thermal efficiency that SGG PLANITHERM TOTAL+ offers, as well as taking advantage of the leads generated by the Saint-Gobain Glass massive consumer marketing campaign.
Wednesday, October 12, 2011 4:08:00 PM
The Association of Composite Door Manufacturers (www.acdm.co.uk) has welcomed the launch of Door Energy Ratings but condemned the controversy surrounding its introduction. Ben Penson, Chairman of the ACDM whose members produce an estimated 80% of the composite doors sold in the UK, said that whilst DERs will provide an ideal purchasing guide for homeowners, the controversy surrounding the introduction of the scheme should have been avoided.