Clearview South November 2013 - Issue 144 - Page 40

doors&windows Unquestionable ‘logic’: Adds through cream offer to its range Trade manufacturer Emplas, has added the Eurologik 70 through cream range to its already extensive colour offer. Available in a casement, tilt before turn and door profiles, the fully reinforced and thermally efficient chamfered system has a nearest match to RAL1015. Far more cost-effective than foiling both sides of the profile, Mike Crewdson, Sales and Marketing Director, Emplas argues that the addition of the Eurocell system to its core Profile 22 offer, allows the fabricator to deliver increasing flexibility to installers. He said: “Cream has significant consumer appeal, we see that in our foiled ranges, a through colour chamfered offer gives us a little more flexibility to support our installers in accessing opportunities generated by colour, across sectors.” Eurologic through colour cream casements from Emplas come in a 60mm outer frame and 70mm sash, transom and mullion. Tilt before turn options come in a 75mm outer frame and sash, with an 85mm transom and mullion. Doors are available in a 75mm outer frame, 70mm transom and mullion, with a 115mm midrail and 105mm sash plus low threshold option in silver. For more information visit www.emplas. co.uk , email info@emplas.co.uk or call 01933 674880. Blazing a trail in conservation areas Specialist uPVC vertical sliding sash window fabricator Roseview Windows is on a trail blazing mission. Roseview passionately believes high quality uPVC sash windows have a place in conservation areas and has spent the last few months campaigning to get its products specified by local councils. Following Roseview’s efforts its Heritage Rose and Ultimate Rose windows have been specified in over 30 conservation areas, and they’ve changed the opinions of many conservation officers in the process. Roseview’s managing director, Willie Kerr, who has spearheaded the campaign, comments: “There are still many conservation officers who see uPVC windows as tacky, poor quality and totally unsuitable for heritage properties. This may be true of the mock casements of yesteryear, that neither looked nor operated like a timber original, but technology has moved on. Our top spec product, the Ultimate Rose, has all the hallmarks of a 19th century box sash– and one conservation officer even said it looks more authentic than many modern timber windows!” Roseview manufacture two windows that have been specified in conservation areas, the Heritage Rose and newly launched Ultimate Rose. Both include a deep bottom rail, authentic putty lines and slim sight lines. For more information on Roseview call on 0844 870 7178 or visit www.roseview.co.uk THE FULL SPECTRUM OF COLOURS Glazerite Windows is offering all its installers the entire range of the newly-launched Variations colour foil range from VEKA, giving them access to all 18 colours and woodgrains across every available product. The national trade-only fabricator not only took up the Variations offering from day one, and was one of the first to offer the entire range, but had already worked with the supplier on product trials earlier in the year. Director, Jason Thompson, said Glazerite was keen to be in from the start so installers could make the most of the growing demand for colours and grains: “These are not only popular in the domestic market but our installers are 40 NOV 2013 also seeing a lot of interest from the commercial sector, especially for grey, and the new VEKA range has five varieties.” “We will be offering every available foil/ system option, covering not only Matrix 70 and FS but also Fully Reversible, Vertical Slider, In-Line Patio and Single Rebated Composite Door, to make sure our installers don’t miss a single opportunity.” Continuing, he adds, “This involves quite a number of profiles but VEKA has facilitated very small order sizes to keep stock purchasing at a reasonable level.” Visit www.glazeritewindows.co.uk. To read more, visit www.clearview-uk.com