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PVC DOOR PANELS IN 24 HOURS FROM PHOENIX DOOR PANELS


Do you need a PVC door panel in a hurry? Responding to growing customer demand for a double-quick turnaround, Phoenix Door Panels can deliver a PVC door panel in just 24 hours for a £10 carriage charge.


“We’ve identified, in these difficult times, that one of the sales tactics our customers are using to close deals is speed,” says Haydon Statham, Phoenix Door Panels’ National Sales Manager.


“Homeowners don’t want to wait several


weeks for their new replacement doors and windows; they want them straightaway, so speed of supply is paramount. That’s why we have introduced this special 24-hour panel service to help our customers win more business. Choose any one of the 121 designs in our standard brochure, order before 10am and your panel will be despatched the same day. We can offer this service and fulfil this need for immediate delivery anywhere in the UK because Phoenix is totally self-sufficient;


we make everything right down to toughening our own glass,” continues Haydon.


Phoenix has increased its capacity to offer the 24-hour panel service across its customer base; having already supplied one of its major clients, a household name, on this basis over the past three years.


“As one of the UK’s largest composite door and u-PVC panel manufacturers specialising in the domestic replacement door market, our business is very much driven by what our customers want. Right now, speed is of the essence,” adds Haydon. “We’d be very happy to talk to any company, anywhere in the UK, who would like this door panel service as standard – as we can deliver, and in 24 hours!”


T » 01487 740469 www.phoenixdoorpanels.co.uk.


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SYNSEALHOSTS ADDITIONAL FREE WERSWORKSHOPS


Due to the successful take up of places for dates in February and March, leading systems company Synseal is offering fabricators further dates to learn everything they need to know about Window Energy Ratings, from the people who wrote the scheme – the BFRC.


Synseal is hosting additional free workshops on– April 25th and June 20th – and all fabricators, whether Synseal customers or not, are invited to attend to listen to the British Fenestration Ratings Council explain the finer details of WERs.


Topics covered by the workshops include:


• A general overview of energy ratings • BFRC products • Detailed Energy Licence • Simplified Energy Licence • Door scheme • Authorised Retailer • Synseal SEL • WER calculator demonstration


“We know that fabricators and installers


who push their windows’ energy rating are winning more business than those that aren’t, so we want to share that knowledge which will benefit all of us,” Explained Synseal’s Chief Executive, David Leng. “WERs are easily understood by the consumer, and are easily achievable with Synseal’s systems,” David continued. “Energy efficient windows reduce energy usage, saves homeowners money and reduces their carbon footprint. Furthermore, A, B and C rated windows can be made using Synseal’s profiles, plastic thermal reinforcements, multi-chambered frames and thermally efficient DGU’s. It is a marketing opportunity that shouldn’t be ignored.”


The workshop will be run by BFRC, which is an independent, government-backed initiative set up to enhance the energy performance of buildings. It also developed WERs to assess the energy performance of domestic windows, which is now referred to in the Building Regulations.


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Places are available on a first come, first served basis. Please contact Synseal if you would like to attend: lyn.hughes@ synseal.com or 01623 443200.


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