Mercury Glazing adds Spectus flush casement window to its range

Mercury Glazing adds Spectus flush casement window to its range
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Date: 24 June 2019

Gloucestershire-based trade fabricator Mercury Glazing has just added Spectus’ flush casement window to its growing product range.

Steve Cross, Director at Mercury Glazing said: “We are delighted to be adding the Spectus flush casement window to our portfolio. We are one of the UK’s biggest Spectus vertical slider manufacturers and the flush casement window is the perfect complementary product.”

The Spectus flush casement window mimics the traditional appearance of period properties, whilst offering superb energy efficiency. Aesthetically, it offers the heritage looks of a nineteenth century window that sits flush within its frame and is virtually indistinguishable from the timber equivalent.

With a choice of bevelled outside and bevelled or sculptured options for the inside along with mechanical jointing of the sash and deep bottom rails, the Spectus flush casement is fast becoming the window of choice for conservation, heritage and modern properties alike.

A choice of colour options from the Spectrum colour palette are available too. But behind the period looks there is a 21st century window with no compromise on the thermal efficiency, security and low maintenance benefits. It all means the window offers an unbeatable combination for even the most sensitive of refurbishments.

The flush casement window will be manufactured by Mercury’s skilled and experienced team in its state-of-the-art Gloucester factory, guaranteeing a quality result every time. Customers will also have the reassurance of Mercury’s commitment to a level of customer service that aims to build a long-term relationship.

As Steve says, the flush casement window is the perfect complement to the Spectus vertical slider range which Mercury manufactures, making the company a credible partner for heritage-style windows.

600450 Mercury Glazing adds Spectus flush casement window to its range

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