Glyngary Joinery insists on SWISSPACER inside

Glyngary Joinery insists on SWISSPACER inside
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Cheshire-based fabricator Glyngary Joinery insists that all their sealed units have SWISSPACER inside, to achieve the best long-term energy performance and overall quality.

Glyngary is a joinery manufacturer which specialises in hand-made heritage-style timber and PVC windows. SWISSPACER has been used in all their sealed units since 2010 and sales have steadily increased.

Gary Yates, Director, says: “We are a family-run company and our focus has always been on excellent customer service and high quality products.

Over the years, we’ve built up a loyal customer base and we always strive to give them a first-rate service. We first started using SWISSPACER in 2010, as it offers excellent performance and long-lasting results. We have been using it ever since in all our sealed units and haven’t looked back.

“Colour is a huge benefit to us as well. Previously warm edge spacer bars only came in black and grey, but SWISSPACER’s vast colour range means we can match or contrast colours. It’s a nice selling point and gives a smart finish to the window.

We also use the SWISSPACER Trusted Performance stickers on all our windows as a mark of quality, and to show we use the No.1 warm edge spacer bar. We’re extremely pleased with SWISSPACER, their products are extremely high quality and the company has a solid reputation for excellence.”

For more information on Glyngary Joinery, call 01925 763836 or visit www.glyngary.co.uk

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