Clearview South March 2014 - Issue 148 - Page 36

doors&windows New images make ordering easier for Door-Stop customers In a move to make on-line ordering even easier and more accurate, Door-Stop has photographed every element that makes up its composite doors. It was a massive project, but it’s now complete, so customers can use ‘real life’ photos (rather than rendered images) to examine every detail of the door they wish to order using the DoorStop configurator. Each image ‘zoomable up to 300%’ is zoomable up to 300%, so the smallest details can be seen. Differences in size and finish of hardware (for example, the variations in the 3 letterboxes we offer) become clear. Each component can be checked out before it’s ordered. Detail of all wood-grain finishes is true to life and reproduction of the 10 available colours is more accurate. Every design of glass has been photographed and even the clarity of the glass is shown, so the customer can see exactly how the new door will look in the home. For more information on designing and ordering doors from Door-Stop visit www., and follow us on Twitter @doorstopdoors. Before and after – DoorStop’s new images make online ordering easier. CONTEMPORARY LIVING FROM SCHUECO Residential collection has wide range of folding/sliding doors. ‘add capital value, as well as comfort’ Launched last year, Schueco’s Contemporary Living Collection brings the company’s premium quality aluminium windows, doors and façades to the trade residential market. Among the systems is a wide range of sliding/folding doors which will appeal to owners looking for improvements that could add capital value, as well as comfort, to their homes. The range includes the Schueco ASS 80 FD.HI, a door which combines exceptionally high thermal efficiency (Uw value of <1.3 W/m2K) with narrow face-widths of only 112 mm. Available with leaves up to 1.2 m wide and up to 3 m high, the door has the elegant looks, slim sight-lines and high-quality fittings that make it equally at home in residential properties or in commercial environments such as hotels or restaurants. The easy-to-operate folding leaves are supported on double or quadruple bottom roller carriages running on a stainless steel track. The doors may be folded to one or both sides and can be specified to project either inside or outside the room. e-mail mkinfobox@schueco. com to find out more. Roseview delivers on customer service Following an increase in production, uPVC vertical sliding sash window fabricator Roseview Windows is altering its delivery schedule to streamline the delivery process and improve customer service. As of February 10th delivery dates depend on postcode, with each area broken up into zones and allocated a set day to receive deliveries. Monday will be the North; Tuesday, West; Wednesday, South; Thursday, 36 MAR 2014 South East; Friday, East and home zones will receive daily deliveries. Roseview still deliver on a nationwide basis and if you’re outside of the zones you’ll still receive deliveries on an agreed set day. Roseview currently fabricates between 400 and 500 sash windows per week and its excellence in manufacturing and product development was recently recognised at the 2013 G – Awards, where its high ‘New Product of the Year’ performance uPVC sliding sash window system Ultimate Rose won New Product of the Year. Customers are also asked to note due to rising fuel prices Roseview will also be adding a £30 delivery charge to orders of less than £1000 (+VAT). Full details at: To read more, visit