An Elegant Touch In The Cotswolds From FrameXpress

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The experience and quality standards available from the frameXpress team were brought into focus recently for one particular renovation project in The Cotswolds.

In an area where specifiers demand sensitivity to the original appearance of many properties, one frameXpress customer needed solid guarantees that products could replicate the original look of the windows or the contract would be lost to another builder.

The quaint cottage, set in the heart of the countryside which is recognised for its rolling hills and distinctive villages, needed cream windows and doors to match adjacent properties and other surrounding buildings.

The homeowners also requested a perfect visual match in relation to the style of all windows at the property, primarily to complement the area which is known for its heritage sites, churches and protected buildings.

 An Elegant Touch In The Cotswolds From FrameXpress

After discussing technical requirements which included special mounted bars, cream foiling, security and energy efficiency, the windows were manufactured quickly to meet the customer’s tight deadlines.

Ian Davis, Sales Manager at frameXpress believes that demand for these bespoke products will continue to increase.

He comments, “Design and performance sit hand in hand these days, being 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 colour and temperature control as well as occasional touches of luxury like integral blinds are becoming increasingly popular.”

As a fabricator frameXpress has established an impressive reputation in terms of quality assurance and reliability, with substantial investments made in machinery over the last few years.

This continual evaluation and investment programme ensures that the company stays in line with industry legislation which consequently reassures customers regarding quality standards.

Market trends and industry standards are a continual part of the product evaluation process at frameXpress which ensures that the company remains at the forefront of the window fabrication sector.

Ian continues, “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.”

frameXpress is one of the UK’s largest independent pvc-u fabricators of windows, doors, conservatories and composite doors. Sixteen colour foils are available as well as superior aluminium systems which are ideal for both domestic and commercial projects.

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