A beautiful home in the Norfolk countryside has recently benefited from a complete renovation using products from the FrameXpress range. Cream PVC-U foil was selected for the window exteriors, which is said to have ‘blended perfectly’ with the traditional appearance of the house. White was the preferred option for the interior.
The contract, worth approximately £11,000, incorporated the latest thermally efficient glass to provide optimum results in respect of temperature control and soundproofing. Security was also high on the homeowner’s list of priorities, with only the best available stipulated. Consequently, the Yale locking system was installed, which provides Secured By Design accreditation that meets the highest BSI security criteria in respect of windows and doors.
Being located in an area that is prone to strong winds, the highest performance glass was specified for the private property. Optimum use of natural light was requested and a variety of ‘A’ rated casement windows, as well as French doors, were also installed.
FrameXpress has a dedicated team committed to providing ‘excellent customer services’, with strong technical support readily available on all sized projects. With consumers driving the market, Ian Davis, sales director at FrameXpress, believes that demand for design-led, energy efficient products will continue to increase.
He commented: “Design and performance sit hand in hand these days as equally important to homeowners. Budget still plays an important part, however installations are viewed as investments rather than repairs on most renovation projects, so it is all about the finer details on the finished home and being able to relax and enjoy it. Therefore aspects such as soundproofing, temperature control and occasional touches of luxury like integral blinds are becoming increasingly important.”
Ian continued: “We believe that through customer initiatives and broad product choice, we can support our customers as technical demands alter and the market continues to diversify.”
For more information on FrameXpress, call 01952 581100.