Clearview Midlands July 2013 - Issue 140 - Page 6

DOORS&WINDOWS A First with Patio Innovation South East fabricator, Whiteline, is first on the market with a really innovative new patio door system called ‘Patio Plus’. ‘Patio Plus’ introduces new levels of style, design, easeof-use and security that are set to rekindle the market for replacement PVCu in-line patio doors. The 2, 3 or 4 pane system looks great with fully sculptured, thermally efficient frames and sashes, slim 80mm sightlines and double or triple glazing options. Available with a wide choice of colour finishes and furniture, ‘Patio Plus’ doors have a personalised style to suit any home. Openings and closings are smoother, more balanced and quieter as the ‘Air-Glide’ action feels like floating on air. A bespoke wrap over threshold prevents scuffing and keeps its good looks for longer. Clever, patented design features come as standard, from the unique centre seal to the internal ‘crash stop’ decelerator damper and more, whilst the Modlok™ security mechanism, developed with Yale, offers the peace of mind of multiple hooks and shootbolts with a simple one piece locking keep. “Following on from our traditional look ‘FlushSASH’ we can now offer ‘Patio Plus’ as another attractive offering for our installer customers,” commented Whiteline Operations Manager Peter Hand. 01323 723724 Twin tie secures footballers’ sponsorship A family connection secured Total Glass sponsorship for the Vintage Clarets who recently returned from their 2013 Tour of Germany having narrowly lost 2-0 in the final to Hertha Berlin. The Liverpool-based PVC-U and aluminium window and door fabricator, run by Group Managing Director Frank Deary, provided new retro-style strip bearing the Total Glass logo for the team, captained by Frank’s twin brother John. The Vintage Clarets took on veterans from a multitude of European nations at the 36th Annual Football Tournament held in May at Hammer Spielvereinigung 03/04 in Hamm, Association. Proudly sporting the Burnley 1920’s-style replica team shirts, the players were beaten in a close final that was the furthest they’d come in the tournament. John said: “The shirts got a great response and were much admired. We wanted to capture the true meaning of vintage. We think this new kit, with proper tie tops, really symbolises the true history of Burnley Football Club. We’re very grateful to Frank and Total Glass for their лtɵ丁QQɘ5ȁЁѕ́ɔɽ́ݡѡɽ՝Ёѡ啅ȁѼɅ͔չ́ȁѡ ɹɵȁÁȁɔɵѥхЁQх́Ā䁽ȁ٥ͥЁѡݕͥєЁܹѽх̹()=ɑ́%ȁ9܁ȁI)=ɑ́ȁ5=<ѡѕɅ䁹܁́ѥɽȰٔͥѡչЁɥé%Pܸ͡=ѡЁ፥ѥٕ́ѼѼͥє́ѡȁѥ܁ͥ́ѡЁѡ5=<ѥٔݸѽɴݥѠѽ́ɽ́%ɕѡU,qQٕѕɕЁɑ́хٕ́ɕѕȁѡݔȳẗ́ͅ5qQɅ́ɕ䁕Ʌѡ܁ɅȁЁхѥ݅́ѕݥѡѡɕݕ́ѡ͡܁ЁQɐ]ɔٕɥѡɽ՝Ё%ɕ䰁ɕձɱ䁅ɽ́ѡU,ѕ䁽䁅յɽ́%ɥ͕͠ɽͥ̇t%ɕͥ䰁ѡ́́ѡɽ՝ѡéمͥɑȁͽ݅ɔɉեȰݡ́ѕѕѼՑѡ܁5=<ѥمՅ͕ѽȁɥѽ́х̰ɉեȁͥ́ѡͥɑȁѥɽ́єȁɅѕ́́ͼѽ́ɕ͔ɑȁمՕ̸5=<́Ѽѡ́ͅȀ́́ݥѠѡՅ啅ȁՍɅՅɅѕ()Q̀ԀЁͅȹլܹȹլ((())U0()Qɕɔ٥ͥЁܹ٥ܵլ((