Synseal has joined the Triple Glazing Question as a stakeholder.
Stakeholders are said to be an important part of the Triple Glazing Question live debate (at the Ricoh Arena, 10 April 2014) and now Synseal will be among them and on hand to answer questions in the Expert Arena during the day.
The company’s head of marketing, Mark Schlotel, commented: “At Synseal, we were very happy to get involved to support the Triple Glazing Question as a stakeholder because it is clear that, as a general trend, specifiers are increasingly evaluating triple glazing design options. The principal driver is, of course, energy efficiency but a key consideration is return on investment over a product’s lifespan – how many times will the energy savings gained deliver payback to offset the greater installed cost?
,“The anticipated rise of triple glazing, in part, reflects glass industry marketing activity in continental Europe and now, thanks to a TV ad campaign from a major UK retailer, consumer awareness in our own back yard is growing too.
,“Some of our Synseal customers successfully market triple glazing directly to British homeowners on the ‘three is better than two’ platform. Our approach at Synseal is to de-mystify the whole debate and offer effective triple glazing solutions capable of delivering A+ WER performance with U-values as low as 0.7W/m2K, whatever the 70mm PVC-U system. Our SynerJy sculptured system can be bead glazed with 36mm triple glass, while our Shield and Legend systems can accommodate 40mm triple glass units. With insulated glass units manufactured in-house by Global Glass, our own in-house sealed glass making division, we aim to provide comprehensive customer support with a turnkey solution.”
Go to www.tripleglazingq.co.uk to book a free place at the Triple Glazing Question live debate