Product Focus

Everglade’s 2017 Customer Conference proved a massive success at its London HQ and Showroom on Friday 7 July. Everglade customers and prospects gathered for the annual event, to hear about the latest trends in glazing from architect Emily Osler from London-based Granit Architects, what Brexit could mean for business from PwC’s Anna Wallace and the benefits of being a part of the GGF from James Lee. Sales & Marketing Director, Jay Patel also launched three brand new products: Ecotherm 70HI, high insulation aluminium windows; aïr MOD-Series, new generation entrance doors and aïr 20SL, minimal frame sliding doors.

Resin bound surfaces are stylish and sophisticated. Created by coating a blend of natural stone with a clear resin, they’re perfect for modernising and revitalising a multitude of surfaces from driveways and paths to school playgrounds and memorial gardens. Resin Bonded Ltd is an established market leader and its BoundWorx® Resin Bound materials have been specially formulated for maximum durability, permeability, UV stability and user friendliness. Resin Bonded prides itself on its prompt delivery and professional customer service. Get in touch for details of its material supply, contractor training or the details of your nearest approved installer.

Islington radiators from Easy Bathrooms are a sleek, minimalist heating solution offers style and practicality for any home. From vertical radiators in your living room, to space-saving radiators in the bathroom, the Islington range not only has a modern edge, but efficient output too. The slim oval panels and matt finish create a luxurious look and feel, and can help to transform a space from ordinary to extraordinary. Install them throughout a home for a uniform effect. Available in a choice of Anthracite grey or white, the radiator can be mounted horizontally or vertically. Priced from £128. Receive an additional 10 per cent off with code PR10.

Radnor Oak is a specialist in the design and manufacture of pre-jointed oak framed buildings. The range of buildings include oak framed garages & outbuildings, annexes, gazebos & pavilions and home offices. The finest green oak is selected on quality and grade, creating incredibly strong and beautiful buildings. The ‘Norton’ and ‘Brampton’ ranges offer lofted buildings which can be used for a variety of uses. Whether you are looking to create ancillary accommodation, a home office or a yoga studio, the flexibility of the buildings enables you to build a multi-functional space.

Freestanding furniture is the perfect solution for saving space but allows storage for your bathroom. This stylish piece with a width of just 65cm combines beautiful ceramic or integrated basins with either doors or drawers allowing you to tailor to your preferred style & needs. Available in sand, dark olive and matt white with a choice of Minerva worktops in an array of finishes. Each piece of furniture is prepared with five layers of primer featuring UV stabilisation to minimise colour fading from exposure to sunlight. For more information please visit Radiator Gallery’s website.

Pineland Furniture is a family owned business and was established in 1987 by Edward Taylor and his son Richard. We mainly design and manufacture bespoke high quality kitchen furniture however we also make freestanding and built in furniture for bedrooms, living rooms etc. At the outset Pineland recognised the demand that existed for traditionally jointed solid wood kitchens at sensible prices. We feel that too many kitchens today look synthetic and uniform in design – more like a science laboratory than the “engine room” of the home.


september/october 2017

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