Thursday, February 23, 2012 10:36:00 AM
Synseal Extrusions Ltd will travel to meet its customers – and future customers – when it takes a stand at the renowned Fensterbau fair in Germany’s Nuremberg. Synseal is using Fensterbau to increase its customer base throughout mainland Europe for Global conservatory roofs and SkySpace portal frame glazed structures, products for which the company is establishing an enviable international reputation.
Thursday, February 23, 2012 10:26:00 AM
A Sea Cadets' building in Hull got a new lease of life recently, thanks in part to the sympathetic window replacement carried out by Hull-based Synseal fabricator and installer, Vulcan Windows. The period property presented a number of challenges to the company, not least the building's general state of disrepair. "The Sea Cadets project was quite a challenge because the building was dilapidated and in poor condition," Peter O’Brien, Vulcan’s Commercial Manager, said. "Most of the fenestrations were boarded up and there was evidence of subsidence."
Thursday, February 23, 2012 10:09:00 AM
Hull-based Synseal fabricator and installer, Vulcan Windows, added extra value to a refurbishment project it carried out at Buckingham Street Primary School in Hull over the summer. Shield PVCu profile was used to replace the windows, which formed part of staged refurbishment programme of works that the firm is currently carrying out for the school.
Monday, February 20, 2012 3:04:00 PM
VEKA has long been renowned for a high quality, extensive range of products. Following the system supplier's acquisition of Bowater Building Products last year, VEKA's Commercial Team is delighted to be able to offer architects and specifiers even more when it comes to products and service.
Tuesday, February 14, 2012 3:03:00 PM
The success of a fabrication facility doesn’t stop at choosing the right machines. Whether you are working aluminium, steel or UPVC profiles, bespoke software programming and ongoing preventative maintenance all contribute to the efficiency, and ultimately the profitability, of the production process.
Tuesday, February 14, 2012 11:29:00 AM
Following on from two back-to-back record years, Stevenswood, one of Scotland’s largest trade window, door, conservatory and kitchen fabricators has opened its fifth trade counter, in Aberdeen. From their state-of-the-art LEAN manufacturing base in Livingston, Stevenswood offers the full range from the very latest VEKA FS 70mm system, including: casement, tilt and turn, reversible and vertical sash windows as well as a full range of doors; from VEKA composite doors, PVC-U panel doors and the new VEKA FS patio and Bi-fold doors.
Tuesday, February 14, 2012 11:23:00 AM
When Fareham window, door and conservatory manufacturer Clear Vision started trading last year, they chose industry-leading VEKA as their system supplier and one year on, the company has gone from strength to strength. Over the last 12 months the company has continued to attract new customers, both trade and domestic, on a weekly basis, which Sally Skinner, Director of the family-run company explains, has been really encouraging: “We are gradually getting stronger and busier as the word spreads throughout the industry.
Monday, February 13, 2012 3:17:00 PM
Solidor have further expanded their colour options for composite doors to 14, with the quacky additional of Duck Egg blue to their product range. With many of the GRP composite door manufacturers limited in colours and not able to offer matching laminated finishes to their respective door frames, Solidor has proven to be the favoured choice. Based on a solid foam free timber slab, theSolidor composite door is foiled with a wide range of both internal and external woodgrains and colours including Irish Oak, Chartwell Green and the new Duck Egg blue.