Merlin Network stays ahead with SWISSPACER

Trade fabricator Merlin Network insists on SWISSPACER in its high performance windows. The Fife-based company sets itself apart from rivals by offering A rated windows as standard, all with SWISSPACER inside.

Geoff Beck, Merlin Network Business Development Manager says: “SWISSPACER makes it easier to achieve A ratings and low U-Values.We’ve been buying SWISSPACER sealed units from Supaseal for the past 6 years and it gives us an edge over competitors.”

SWISSPACER is available in a wide choice of colours, which also complements The Merlin Network’s range of coloured windows and doors. Geoff adds: “We use SWISSPACER in five colours to match our coloured windows, a big part of our business. SWISSPACER has a semi-matt finish which gives our windows a high-end look.

“We’ve always had very positive feedback for SWISSPACER. Triple glazing is definitely a growing market, and we will continue to use SWISSPACER because it’s tried and tested for triple glazing.”

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Date: 22 December 2014
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