Cutting Edge UPVC is said to be ‘flourishing’, since it changed over to Deceuninck’s Heritage 2800 system a few months ago, with nine foil finishes now available from stock, and the introduction of the Traditional 2500 chamfered suite.
,The Staffordshire based fabricator has undergone what is described as a ‘transformation’ over the last 18 months, with the move to a new factory and the addition of a number of key senior staff, which have helped stimulate growth.
,With colour being one of the key trends in the UK window and door market, Cutting Edge has been able to respond with Deceuninck’s ‘Colour Express’ range of nine stock foil finishes, including the availability of matching trims to help the installer deliver a premium finish. The range includes nine of the most popular foils including Irish oak, anthracite grey, Chartwell green and the latest nut tree (mocha) woodgrain, with each foil backed with a 10 year warranty.
,The Traditional 2500 chamfered suite has been introduced to offer customers the option of a contemporary chamfered finish, as an alternative to the existing decorative finish of the 2800 system. Each of these systems has been designed to offer impressive levels of energy efficiency with either double or triple glazing.
,Cutting Edge has also just introduced the latest range of Fab & Fix hardware with an exclusive Hardex Electro finish in what is said to be the widest range of colours available on the market today, including a new graphite finish.
,Richard Hammond, sales and marketing director, Cutting Edge, commented: “We truly believe that we have begun a long-term and rewarding partnership with Deceuninck. They offer both world class products and world class logistics expertise – helping us to offer an exemplary level of service to our customers.”