HEGLA UK: "Customers are actively seeking to adapt their business methods and improve their performance credentials. The engineering excellence of the HEGLA brand is very well recognised as being able to support this." comments Managing Director Steve Goble.
Profile 22: "We've seen a 30% growth in requests for the Optima Flush Casement Window since this time last year as more and more homeowners see the benefits of what the window has to offer." Managing Director of Polar Windows, Alan Crowe, says it was a wise decision:
Framexpress: "Nxt-Gen Composite Doors have been designed to not only offer great-looking, great-performing composite doors for homeowners, but also to reduce waste and improve manufacturing efficiency. This means fewer off-cuts and a quicker manufacturing process in the factory, so installers can get composite doors even faster." says Director Stuart Green.
Jack Aluminium: "The TD68 Thermal Door is a revolutionary product, which is robust and has great thermal efficiency and security benefits. It is extremely well designed and is highly effective, especially when you want to install customer-friendly air conditioning and a hi-tech heating system." Daniel Ready, project manager at WPB Contractors
Frame Fast UK: "Our composite doors take great designs, performance and security to the next level, making them the entrance doors of choice for many homeowners." adds Director Nigel Leivers,
Pilkington UK, "The hotel is a superb showcase for these two products, really demonstrating how high-quality glazing combined with tasteful design can help lend a sense of luxury to a building." said Leo Pyrah, product manager
Rapierstar: "A window or door is only as good as its weakest link and all too often the importance of the humble screw is overlooked when testing for air and water tightness or enhanced security under PAS24." said Dave Jones at VEKA PLC
Linair: With cutting-edge features, including the double-rebated seal that Liniar has combined with its patented co-extruded bubble gasket, Resurgence proves that you can reinvent the wheel. Gone are the unsightly exterior seals that crowd the shadow gaps of traditional flush sash windows, and the apparent overlap seen on older PVCu casements.
Letter to the Editor - Protecting intellectual property - Alan Burgess
The industry has a mixed record of respecting intellectual property (IP). We’ve probably all seen cases of copying (ranging from accidental infringement to blatant copying and theft) of innovations, product design and brands. Common infringements range from using images and brochures without permission, passing off as other brands, as well as copying other companies’ products without permission and benefitting from their innovation and investment without paying for them.
We all pay a price if we allow this to happen. People invest a great deal of time and money in building their brand and developing innovations. …»
Alan Burgess, Timberweld®