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MAPLE ADDS EUROCELL CHARISMA


Leading trade fabricator Maple Windows has added the Eurocell Charisma vertical sliding sash window to its existing suite of high quality windows and doors.


Eurocell Charisma is one of the most highly engineered vertical sliders on the market and will allow Maple’s trade customers to tackle the growing VS market and offer the end user market-leading security, aesthetics and thermal performance.


An anti-jemmy bar and reinforced hardware ensure optimum security; low-line beads and gaskets make for eye-catching looks and because the window achieves a u-value of 1.4, the equivalent of an ‘A’ rating, it also boasts superb thermal efficiency.


The Charisma VS has been engineered with installers in mind so it can be fitted quickly and accurately, minimising hassle on-site and ensuring jobs are completed with ease.


In addition to this for any installer unfamiliar with vertical sliders, Maple offers


in-house or on-site training on how to install the Eurocell Charisma.


The addition of the vertical sliding sash window will enhance the Leyton based manufacturers already impressive suite of products that includes the Eurocell Aspect Panoramic bi-folding door.


Last year the manufacturer became the first in the UK to offer this product and the move turned out to be a hit with their customers as it opened up new sales opportunities for them. Maple’s Sales Manager Brian Evers is confident the Charisma vertical sliding sash window will do the same: “Here at Maple we strive to give our customers the


‘Here at Maple we strive to give our customers the products they need to tackle consumer demand and boost the value of their orders.’


ADDING A LITTLE FLAIR


West Midlands based Flair Plastic Products are one of Kömmerling’s leading fabricators, not only in terms of product range but also with regard to technical and customer support. The combination of service with Kömmerling’s impressive product range has seen the company grow from a regional player into one that can now serve the whole of the UK.


As the glazing industry has evolved over recent years, so too has Flair Plastic Products under the leadership of managing director Peter Lugg. The company now offers several Kömmerling products including the O70 Gold and C70 Gold 5 chambered window and door systems, Premiline patio doors, bi-folding doors, astragal bars and run through sash horns.


In addition to the windows and doors, including Solidor’s impressive composite door, the company also offers conservatory roofs, door panels and also a wide range of glass units. Given Kömmerling’s 5 chambered systems, they are also able to offer cost effective ‘A’ rated windows. The company is also a believer in internal systems and procedures and carries ISO 9001:2008 and BSI KM96507, a clear indicator that quality is of utmost importance.


Peter Lugg, comments: “We’ve grown significantly in recent years into a nationwide player. Our technical advice and the fact that we


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offer a same day quotation are just two key elements that set us apart, along with our product range. We have just added two brand new 7.5 tonne lorries to our fleet enabling us to further enhance our deliveries. In a nutshell, it’s about helping our customers to grow profitably.”


For further information log on to www.flairplasticproducts.co.uk or call their sales office on 0121 624 5001.


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products they need to tackle consumer demand and boost the value of their orders. The Eurocell Charisma is a market leading niche product that is the perfect example of this, as it will allow our trade customers to tackle the growing VS market and sell to homeowners investing in their properties,” Brian concludes.


For more information call Maple Windows on 020 8556 8637 or visit www.maplewindows.co.uk.


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