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INDUSTRYNEWS MD JOINERY CELEBRATES


MD Joinery has become the latest company to celebrate 20 years in partnership with REHAU. The Southport based trade and retail fabricator began manufacturing in REHAU S706 profile in 1991.


Mike Durkin, the founder and Managing Director of the company, received an


20 YEARSWITH REHAU


engraved trophy and a certificate to mark the occasion from REHAU Area Sales Manager Tony Ball at a presentation ceremony held recently.


Mike said: “MD Joinery is a family business with an outstanding reputation for quality and service. REHAU has proved the perfect


partner for us over the past 20 years – delivering the quality products we need with excellent service and support direct from the regional sales office in Manchester.”


“We continue to innovate and expand and REHAU is an important part of our ongoing success. For example, we have added coloured foiled profiles to our range recently, along with REHAU Heritage vertical sliders and multi-fold doors – all of which are proving very popular in both our trade and retail markets.”


Tony Ball said: “REHAU itself is just about to celebrate 25 years of manufacturing in the UK so it’s great to be able to share some of our anniversary celebrations with loyal customers like MD Joinery.”


www.rehau.co.uk


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U-VALUE CERTIFICATES FOR DOORS NOW AVAILABLE FROM TRADELINK!


Tradelink, the trade fabricator celebrating 20 years in business this year, is now offering a u-value certificate with every door it sells.


Jim Moody, Managing Director of


Tradelink comments: “Although at the end of last year we heard about the launch of the Door Energy Ratings scheme as an alternative way to measure the energy performance of a door, at the moment u-values still offer the only route of compliance with Building Regulations.”


“There has been much discussion and debate as to how to prove the u-value of a door and what evidence installers need to prove the performance of their doors, which is why we now offer a u-value certificate with every door we sell. The u-value certificate we offer comes in two parts. The first part is for the retailer and includes a drawing of the door with the relevant product information attached, while the second part includes the calculations that achieved the u-value to


demonstrate how the door satisfies Building Regulations. The certificates are produced in conjunction with the Build Check certified calculation.”


“The current regulations state that new doors fitted in new dwellings with more than 50% of their internal face area glazed, must achieve a u-value of 2.0W/m2K, while all other doors must achieve a 1.8W/ m2K. When replacing a door in an existing dwelling however, the u-value must be 1.8W/ m2K regardless of the glazed area.


“All Tradelink’s doors meet or exceed the existing regulations but we wanted to help our customers further by providing them with the evidence they need to prove their doors are compliant and make getting through building regulations an easier process.”


For more information call Tradelink now on 01354 657650 or visit www.tradelinkdirect.co.uk


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