TruFrame, the UK’s largest Liniar fabricator, has just launched an initiative to ‘highlight the merits of a better quality frame’.
,TruFrame employs a number of skilled technicians whose job it is to finish off each frame and sash ‘to the most exacting of standards’. It’s a four-step process, starting with the checking and refinishing of the corner contours, the levelling of the outside edges, ensuring uniformity of the corner grooves and the cleaning of all apertures for weld-build up.
,It’s not only installers of the Liniar window and door systems that are looking for a better finished frame, but across the industry a number of companies have made the switch, helping to increase manufacturing levels at the company to 3,000 frames per week. This hand finish is unique to TruFrame and covers all window and door styles with a PVC-U frame and sash, including the Liniar bi-folding door system.
,This hand-finished process is also complimented by the way in which TruFrame uses precision end-milling for its 20mm external astragal bars. The same production methodologies also extend to its new flush sash window, which benefits from the Liniar Energy Plus range of profiles. The sculptured six-chambered frame is said to be highly energy efficient and is offered at a standard price without a premium.
,The company also carries out its own internal testing and development programme, which will see the launch of a number of exclusive products in 2015. To support the new products, there will also be marketing campaigns designed to better equip TruFrame’s network of installation companies.
,David Firmager, managing director of TruFrame, commented: “Our customers benefit from a better finished frame and the reassurance that when it’s gone to site, there will be no issues or remedials. We’ve quietly gone about building the TruFrame brand in recent years and now we’re looking to make a little more noise about what we do, particularly given the new products that will be launched throughout the course of 2015.”
,For further information log on to www.truframe.co.uk where there’s a complete set of product downloads or call the sales office on 01664 410140 for a free copy of TruFrame’s 68 page guide to windows, doors and conservatries. You can also follow the company on Twitter @TruFrame.