Everest Home Improvements has launched a selection of new products to coincide with the celebration of its 50th anniversary this year.
Recently unveiled at the Everest Sales Academy in St Albans, Hertfordshire, were a host of new product developments, focusing on the consumer’s desire for warmth, quiet, security, aesthetics and product guarantees.
Along with the launch of its ‘warmest ever window’ – which has increased the WER rating of its double glazing to ‘A+12’ and its triple glazing to ‘A+21’, as well as creating improved insulation against noise – 2015 also brings a new timber range of windows and doors from Everest.
In terms of softwood, FSC approved, finger-jointed laminate European redwood will offer improved stability and fewer knots. Hardwood products will be made from FSC approved red grandis for a stronger surface. This new, ‘better than ever’ timber range has been engineered to create a solid product, that is resistant to twisting and can be stained or painted in a range of new colours, including agate grey, light oak and Chartwell green. New stains include dark walnut, mellow teak and rich mahogany.
In PVC-U, Everest’s new Exclusive Premium Windows range is said to offer enhancements to almost every aspect of the Everest product, from new colours, finishes and handle designs, to ‘smoothweld’ technology that creates an ‘almost invisible’ corner joint and equal sightlines to further improve aesthetics.