PatioMaster to switch to ERA hardware

PatioMaster to switch to ERA hardware
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Date: 17 July 2019

Epwin Window Systems’ brand PatioMaster, one of the UK’s leading manufacturers of patio doors, has announced that its doors will be fitted with ERA hardware as standard from Autumn 2019.

Gerald Allen, Marketing Manager at Epwin Window Systems, said: “ERA has been driving innovation in home security for over 175 years. Like PatioMaster it’s a tried and tested brand that homeowners appreciate.”

The ERA hardware gives PatioMaster doors PAS24:2016 compliance as standard, providing homeowners with peace of mind. It also means PatioMaster doors will be covered by the ERA Lifetime Guarantee. Gerald said: “The ERA Lifetime Guarantee is the only security scheme recognised by Neighbourhood Watch, which is a huge selling point for installers. In the event of a break-in it covers homeowners for the cost of a replacement door plus £5,000 compensation.”

Aside from the security benefits, the ERA hardware will also offer style. The completely suited solution across handles, locks and cylinders ensures PatioMaster will enhance its reputation for attention to detail and design.

Gerald concluded: “At PatioMaster we believe in continuous development and delivering outstanding quality in every department. The use of ERA hardware perfectly illustrates this commitment.”

PatioMaster’s network of authorised fabricators across the UK and Ireland gives installers and homeowners the benefit of local supply with the back-up of a national brand. This model, combined with a reputation for expertise and excellence, has firmly established the PatioMaster name as the name to trust when it comes to inline sliding patio doors.

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