Kingfisher swoops on Sweet standard

Deborah Beeley, sales and marketing manager of Kingfisher Windows.

Deborah Beeley, sales and marketing manager of Kingfisher Windows.

Kingfisher Windows has reportedly become one of the first installation companies in the UK to offer the new Sweet door furniture range from Brisant Secure as standard.

According to Brisant Secure, Sweet is ‘redefining’ the door furniture market having achieved over 8,000 hours in a salt spray chamber, which is said to be equivalent to 33 times more than the current 240-hour standard. Sweet also comes with a direct to consumer 10-year warranty.

Kingfisher Windows is said to be one of the largest trade manufacturers in Yorkshire and is now heading towards its 30th anniversary. Throughout this time the company claims that it has been servicing pitting issues with door furniture with ‘little support’ from the supply chain. Deborah Beeley, sales and marketing manager, said: “It seems like we’ve been left to service pitting issues on our own for decades. The opportunity to take Sweet on board right from the outset was an obvious step for us with the launch of our new composite door range. This includes Sweet and Ultion as standard, with the option to upgrade to the high security Lock Lock handle and the initial feedback from customers has been exceptional.”

Nick Dutton, CEO of Brisant Secure, commented: “Kingfisher have been one of the first adopters of Sweet and couldn’t get the order in quick enough from our online ordering platform. There’s been a huge amount of interest for Sweet, it’s a game changer for anyone looking for a product with designer appeal, yet backed with unrivalled performance and warranty credentials.”