aïr MOD-Series Named ‘Best Windows’ Finalist

aïr MOD-Series Named ‘Best Windows’ Finalist
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aïr MOD-Series windows have been named a finalist in the ‘Best Windows’ category at the 2019 Build It Awards.

Manufactured exclusively by Everglade Windows, London’s No.1 Fabricator, aïr MOD-Series was launched in June at Everglade Windows’ annual trade customer conference. This finalist position follows aïr’s 2018 shortlisting in the Best Glazed Doors category for flagship product, aïr 600LS lift & slide doors.

Jay Patel, aïr Brand Ambassador, says: “We’re really pleased that aïr MOD-series has made the Build It Award finals, just 3 months after its official launch. The collection has been designed in-house by our product development team and brings five window and door products into one holistic system, simplifying manufacturing and installation.

“aïr MOD-Series is a unique range of premium aluminium windows and doors that perfectly suites with aïr wide-span, bi-folding, sliding and lift & slide doors, making it the perfect choice for whole home projects, including new-builds, self-builds and large-scale renovations. It has already proven popular with homeowners as MOD-Series meets the home improvement trends for larger windows and slimmer sightlines, as well as a heritage option.”

aïr MOD-Series includes: MOD Contemporary, MOD Heritage, MOD Heritage Flush, MOD Flush and MOD Tilt & Turn windows as well as fully suited MOD Door options. As with the existing aïr range, aïr MOD-Series uses extreme engineering to deliver impressive performance and captivating design.

Build It Award winners will be announced at the Gala Dinner on 27 November 2019 at the Hilton Bankside in London.

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