Clearview Midlands February 2014 - Issue 147 - Page 49

GLASS&SEALEDUNITS BACKING INSTALLERS WITH GLASS INITIATIVE Saint-Gobain Glass has launched Glazing Options, a major innovation aimed at helping consumers create the perfect living environment by making the right choices when it comes to window glass. Offered through Saint-Gobain Glass’ Network of 800 Planitherm installers, Glazing Options sets out a clear range of glass combinations matched against their functions and benefits, all backed by extensive POS and marketing literature. Having been designed to give Planitherm Network installers the chance to differentiate from others in a competitive market, consumers are presented with six named and labelled ‘Options’, each with a series of visual icons showing consumers what benefits they can expect from each. Saint-Gobain Glass Residential Market Manager Craig Dodsworth says: “Most homeowners know a little about things like energy saving and noise reduction but Glazing Options spells out all the choices our products offer and the benefits they bring, in a way that is clear and easy to understand. It not only means the consumers will be able to make the right choices but also help the installer to guide them towards those choices.” The initiative is backed up by showroom POS material, including window labels outlining each of the Options, a consumer brochure and factsheets. Visit www.saint-gobain.co.uk. New Year, new look website Total Glass, one of the UK’s leading award-winning uPVC and aluminium fabricators, has completely revamped its website, offering significantlyimproved functionality and fresh features for all users. The new website at www.totalglass. com went live in early January 2014. Key new additions include a Composite Door Designer facility and an Instant Window Quote tool on the Home Page giving installers and building tradespeople exclusive access to instant, accurate prices and composite entrance door designs for their customers at the touch of a button. Authorised users can also access an extensive range of brochures, technical specifications and business support information by logging into a Secure Downloads Zone. Alongside this the News section contains updates on the latest products, services and case studies. From the Home Page, website visitors can ‘Watch Total Glass in Action’ via short videos showcasing the manufacturing process at its 100,000 sq ft Merseyside factory and the comprehensive product range of uPVC windows, aluminium fenestration products and composite doors. Another helpful Home Page feature is the ‘Find Your Local Installer’, enabling consumers wishing to buy home improvement products to be put in touch with a Total Glass supplier close to them. For more details, contact Total Glass on 0151 549 2339 or visit the website at www.totalglass. com. NEW WEBSITE GIVES CLEAR VIEW OF PRODUCTS AND SERVICES Promat UK has announced the launch of a new website that gives full details of the wide range of fire-resistant glazing, security, blastresistant and safety glass available from its Promat Securiglass division. The move follows Promat’s recent acquisition of Yorkshirebased C3S Securiglass, which has long been one of the UK’s leading suppliers in this area. The new site can be found at www.promatsecuriglass.co.uk, and it explains how Promat Securiglass combines outstanding industry expertise and impartial technical advice with an extensive product range. That product range includes many industry-leading solutions such as Pyrobel fire-resistant glass, ClearRun insulated and buttjointed fire-resistant glass, and the company’s Smokestream glazed smoke curtain products. To read more, visit www.clearview-uk.com Promat Securiglass prides itself on its ability to design and deliver fire protection solutions which meet or exceed all the relevant client, British and European standards. With this in mind, visitors to the new site can download a wide range of detailed product data sheets, plus a number of product brochures and product certifications. “Our aim is for the site to become a valuable resource for people involved in specifying and installing fire-resistant and security glazing,” says Promat’s Strategic Business Development Manager, Ian Cowley. For more information please visit www.promatsecuriglass. co.uk, or www.promat.co.uk. Alternatively, call 01344 381350. FEB 2014 49