frameXpress adds Optima system to its portfolio

After Profile 22 recently launched its new Optima system for the window, door and conservatory sector, frameXpress is delighted to announce that it will be leading the way as one of the first to offer the new system to customers.

Considered a beneficial addition to existing products in the company’s range, Optima combines excellent thermal performance values with sleek and slim sightlines which will allow framexpress to create additions to the portfolio.

This in turn will broaden business scope for customers and already it has been well received by some on a number of projects.

Stuart Green and Mark Westbrook believe that the exceptional performance benefits and evident aesthetic appeal which Optima provides will give customers greater potential and a leading market edge when approaching homeowners.

The company is now manufacturing Optima products and so far, the response has been very positive.

The extensive performance benefits look to be encouraging increased sales at the company in both domestic and commercial divisions.

The new system is manufactured in 24mm and 28mm double, and 36mm, 40mm and 44mm with triple-glazed beading options. In relation to performance for triple glazed units, it easily achieves u-values as low as 0.8W/m2K which will provide end users with clear advantages.

Mark Westbrook, Managing Director, frameXpress comments, “There are many more product options now open to us. The Optima system has a variety of new characteristics that provide substantial improvements in relation to weather performance.”

The system is fully compliant with PAS24:2012 and has been carefully designed to meet all current and expected industry accreditations in relation to security standards. Mark Westbrook continues, “We have always taken a pro-active stance regarding product innovation with a view to offering customers only the very best in upv-c windows, doors and conservatories.

Given the technical superiority this system provides, we feel it will quickly become a system of choice for many builders and installers.” The framexpress Sales Team, believes that after senior management’s investment in advanced machinery, the new suite will give greater scope to customers and further improve product standards at frameXpress.Ian Davis, comments, “Optima lends itself well to domestic and commercial projects, having achieved the highest industry accreditations.

Incorporating this into our portfolio gives our range excellent technical advantages that we can pass on to our customers.

By choosing the Optima brand, frameXpress customers will be able to offer one of the most modern, high-performance upv-c frames in the industry that will set an incredibly high benchmark for others to now follow.”

Dave Stearman comments, “Optima makes it easier to manufacture ‘A Plus’ rated frames, helping to reinforce our position on manufacturing outstanding quality.”

Mark Westbrook concludes, “We wish it had been produced years ago as it is so easy to fabricate and very user friendly. Framexpress has always prided itself on taking a progressive approach to innovation with a view to giving customers as much support as possible. Optima allows us to move forwards with even greater confidence.”

For more information on the Optima system that is now available from frameXpress please call one of the sales team on 01952 581100.

For more information on the entire range visit the website: www.framexpress.co.uk

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