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New Outlet for Force 8 

Tuesday, October 11, 2011 9:48:00 AM

Force 8 has opened a new showroom in Altrincham, Cheshire, which demonstrates their commitment to the customer. When other window a door companies are cutting back, Force 8’s experience and expertise has enabled them to expand.

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Monday, October 10, 2011 2:04:00 PM

Following the launch of our new interactive website on 7th October, ( Clearview is delighted with initial response.

The new site includes all the relevant information on Clearview and includes a useful Forum for visitors to exchange news, views and information – as well as important links to industry organisations.

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Liniar Gains PAS 23 and 24 Accreditation 

Tuesday, October 4, 2011 10:38:00 AM

ClearviewLiniar, the energy efficient window system from HL Plastics Limited, has recently gained PAS 23 and 24 accreditation for its French doors.

The doors achieved PAS 23 (General Performance Requirements) and PAS 24 (Enhanced Security Requirements) accreditation at the first attempt. The achievement of PAS 23 ensures that the French doors are sufficiently weather proof and well insulated.

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BFRC Launches Online WER Calculator 

Tuesday, October 4, 2011 10:33:00 AM

ClearviewBFRC has launched the first accurate, online window energy ratings Calculator for the windows industry.

It is typically accurate to plus or minus one energy index point and provides an extremely cost-effective and quick method for manufacturers to process new and amend existing BFRC WER licences.

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Listers launch Elitis Finesse - Composite Doors 

Tuesday, October 4, 2011 10:23:00 AM

ClearviewLister Trade Frames of Stoke on Trent, best known for their dual rebated Gallery Composite Door range have just launched a new single rebated range called Elitis Finesse.

The Finesse range complements their Gallery Doors with additional styles colours and lock options, offering customers more choice. And being of a more simple construction they are also available with shorter lead-times.

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Winter Products - Ticks All The Boxes 

Tuesday, October 4, 2011 10:03:00 AM
Three of the most important issues at the top of everybody’s agenda today are security, energy-saving and value for money. ​And those three issues are addressed with a high level of efficiency and experience by a West Yorkshire company that has chosen to offer specialised services to the Trade. From its base in Bradford, Winter Products Ltd manufactures on site a range of high security windows using their unique locking mechanism, “Hammerlock” which the company believes is probably the most secure window on the market. Hammerlock is a product exclusive to Winter Products and its outstanding success in the market has been instrumental in helping the company expand since its read more
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No Safety Net – Tony Pickup, Founder of the Double Glazing and Conservatory Ombudsman Scheme (DGCOS) 

Friday, September 30, 2011 10:44:00 AM
I’ve stated many times that the vast majority of installers are very competent and professional, but there are still the few ‘bad apples’ that give us all a bad name, otherwise the countless TV programmes such as Cowboy Builder or Rogue Trader just wouldn’t exist. But aside from this very small minority, the real issue that the industry faces is the systematic failure of the protection offered consumers. We recently commissioned an independent survey of 1,247 homeowners to investigate the buying behaviour of consumers purchasing new conservatories, doors and windows. Carried out by Opinium Research and Rigby Research at the end of August, the survey showed that the home read more
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Look Beyond U-Values – Martin Althorpe, Techinical Director, Spectus Window Systems. 

Friday, September 30, 2011 10:42:00 AM
“It’s hugely encouraging that aiming for PassivHaus standards is becoming more commonplace for refurbs and new build properties, and that housebuilders and RMI specialists are also aiming for higher levels of the Code for Sustainable Homes than ever before.” “What this means for our industry is that, in order to meet the requirements of these standards, windows must be manufactured with exceptionally low U-values for the entire window, including the frame. For PassivHaus, this must not exceed 0.8W/m2K.” “Typically, the way to achieve these U-values is by using triple glazed units. In order to make triple glazing accessible for as many UK fabricators and installers as read more
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