Leading arched frame supplier Premier Arches has rolled out nationwide delivery thanks to its own dedicated fleet of vans, ensuring not only the highest quality arched frames on the market, but access to the company’s services throughout the UK.
Managing Director Sean Greenall comments: “At Premier Arches, we operate on three core principles – excellent manufacturing quality, outstanding customer service, and a ‘make life easier’ offering, and thanks to our own dedicated fleet of delivery vehicles, we’re able to deliver on all three, ensuring our customers can access our products no matter where they are in the UK.”
The new fleet follows a series of developments at Premier Arches, all of which have been designed to deliver the best service possible.
These include the introduction of a unique online pricing and ordering platform which generates quotes within seconds, a specialist CAD Service which helps customers get a better idea of their arched frames before the manufacturing process, as well as the addition of Optima from Profile 22 to its wide product offering.
Premier Arches also recently invested in a new 2,000 square foot mezzanine floor at its St Helens facility, significantly ramping up production.
Sean continues: “We’ve been seeing increased demand for our arched frame products, and so we felt it was important to not only expand our premises in order to improve efficiency and turnaround times, but to invest in our own delivery fleet, enabling us to bring our products to fabricators across the country, and provide a full service from beginning to end.”
Established in 2015, Premier Arches manufactures and supplies arched, angled, gable, circular and entirely bespoke windows and doors in a range of stocked systems, offering a full service to fabricators, trade counters, installers and local builders.
The company transforms the often daunting procedure of profile bending into a simple and pain-free process, saving fabricators time and money, and helping them win more lucrative projects which would otherwise be turned down.
For more information, visit www.premierarches.co.uk.