Aztec Windows chooses SWISSPACER for looks and performance

Aztec Windows chooses SWISSPACER for looks and performance
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Coventry-based Aztec Windows, a Halo fabricator and installer, uses SWISSPACER warm edge spacer bars for the best looks and energy efficiency.

Aztec insists on SWISSPACER for its wide range of A rated windows, including its exclusive Prestige Collection®, a high performance timber-alternative PVC-U window.

The company specifies SWISSPACER Ultimate in black to match the black window gaskets for a discreet, high-end look.

“It’s the little details that make a big difference to overall aesthetics and SWISSPACER in black blends perfectly with our black window gaskets for clean, uninterrupted sightlines and a quality finish”, explains Sales Manager Michael Hagan.

“Homeowners are increasingly choosing windows based on looks and how they will enhance their property. Our windows look fantastic and this gives us a clear competitive edge.”

Aside from its discreet, classy appearance, SWISSPACER also gives outstanding energy performance and long-lasting results.

Michael adds: “Homeowners want beautiful windows but they expect performance too. SWISSPACER helps us achieve the top A rating and it’s tried and tested to perform year after year.

“We’ve built our reputation over the past 29 years on quality, performance and looks - so SWISSPACER is the perfect fit for our company.”   

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