Easi-Dec secures a membership of the GGF

We are proud to announce that Easi-Dec has been approved as a member of the Glass and Glazing Federation (GGF).

Our company joined the GGF in March 2014.  

The GGF is the glass industry's largest trade association and all of their prospective approved members are subject to a rigorous vetting process to ensure quality of service before becoming a GGF member.

Easi-Dec has been supplying the replacement window market for over 25 years. Our wide range of access platforms for safe working at height includes Window-Dec platform - the first purpose designed access platform for replacement windows. Window-Dec incorporates a lifting mechanism to replace windows with ease.

Window - Dec includes a self locking pulley system capable of lifting up to 75 kg. As well as giving the installer a certified fully protected work platform it has individually height adjustable legs, so can cope with uneven ground without any problems. It can also be transported easily whilst being installed and ready to use in less than 10 minutes.

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Date: 14 July 2014
Source: www.easi-dec.co.uk

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