Tradesmith: Its fantastic to work with forward thinking companies such as Tradesmith who embrace the Ultraframe product range and use it to create stunning living spaces such as orangeries. Ultraframe Marketing Director, Alex Hewitt, said
Rapierstar: The flood door market offers excellent opportunities for growth when you consider that 5.2 million homes are considered at risk of flooding in England alone, according to the Environment Agency. says MD David Furness.
HEGLA: Both the HEGLA machinery and the support received have been excellent. Any queries we had regarding the system were immediately resolved and we are very impressed with the HEGLA work ethic. Capacity has increased considerably and we have the potential to further grow the business when the time is right. comments Managing Director at Kish Glass Eamonn Marnell
Deceuninck: This will be a real game changer leading to a series of marketing campaigns that will exemplify our passion for innovation, ecology and design, said Jérôme De Bruycker, marketing manager for Europe.
Modplan: Our focus is always to give customers what they need. The popularity of high value specialist windows is growing rapidly. By adding the VEKA Halo Flush Sash welded and mechanical transom options, were giving our customers an extra level of choice to deliver what the markets need. said Justin Williams, international sales and marketing director.
Atlas Glazed Roof Solutions: With the new Lantern added to its portfolio, Lumina is on course to achieve year on year growth of at least 15% this year. This is our sixth year in business and our sustained growth during that time is in no small part down to our partnership with Atlas and the products they make, adds Justin Stone, managing director at Lumina Design
SWISSPACER: We offer a high-end solution with specially coated glass in our rooflights, so its important the movement of the blind inside the glazing does not compromise the finish. SWISSPACER’s 32mm spacer bar gives us plenty of room inside the sealed unit Ian Woolley, Sales Director at HiTECH, explains.
Letter to the editor: Are you glazing your heritage units correctly?
As someone with over 30 years of experience manufacturing sealed units, I can't think of another time where the heritage sector has been so firmly in the industry spotlight. Whether it's best practice, compliance or consolidation, there are a multitude of issues which have ultimately got the industry talking.
I fear though, we could be facing another potential issue, with a number of reported unit failures recently due to glazing methods not being followed. In this case, it involves compatibility issues between the paint used and the glazing method chosen, as well as painting heritage units before the putty compound has cured effectively. Either way, this is undoubtedly one of the biggest causes of unit failure, yet it is so easily avoidable. ...more
Andy Cocker, Director, Slenderline Glass (part of the EJ Cocker Group)