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DOORS&WINDOWS


BASINGSTOKE-BASED RIPTON WINDOWS GREAT TRADER FOR NEW WORLD


Ripton Windows has been selling Apeer composite doors for less than a year, but already founder Ray Ripton appreciates that the quality of New World’s products marries well with the firm’s excellent reputation.


With an extensive showroom and HQ in Basingstoke, Ripton Windows is also a leading provider of top quality new and replacement windows, conservatories, roofline products and a wide range of accessories including door and window furniture, locking systems and conservatory furniture. A true family business, its substantial trade comes within an approximate 25 mile radius.


Ray founded Ripton Windows in 1996 with his friend Mike Leal because early retirement from his senior role at Pilkington Glass as divisional managing director and board member didn't suit him.


Shortly after the company was created, both Matthew and Stuart Ripton came on board to develop the business in Hampshire and its surrounding areas. Now both of Stuart's sons are carrying on the tradition, alongside other dedicated staff.


Ray Ripton explains, “With the family involved we have been able to keep standards high. Ripton Windows is proud of its solid reputation and ethical trading. We have an established and trusted name in the region and a large percentage of customers come from personal referrals and recommendations. We are very happy with the service that New World can deliver and its Door Builder programme makes ordering even easier.”


Apeer has a wide variety of door style options including double rebate and flush-fit designs, French-style double doors, stable doors and curved doors. The range of sidelights and toplights – in which decorative glass can be matched with the main door – is extensive. There are eight door styles and all RAL colours are available, including a different colour to the inside door leaf. The door rebate is also available with matching colour.


T » 028 2563 2200 – www.nwd.uk.com


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