Yesterday’s Looks, Tomorrow’s Performance from Fenster Fabrications

Yesterday’s Looks, Tomorrow’s Performance from Fenster Fabrications
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Date: 19 November 2018

Fenster Fabrications is giving installers in the South West the opportunity to really cash-in on the trend for heritage glazing, with its steel-look window range.

Perfect for replacing old, steel windows and for creating an industrial look, The Smart Heritage range by Fenster is backed by top-notch manufacturing and unique sales and marketing support.

“The trend for art-deco styling is really standing the test of time,” says Brian Webb, Business Development manager at Fenster Fabrications. “It’s especially popular for 1920s and 1930s buildings, where the heritage system is a straight replacement for existing steel windows, but we’re also seeing it used on Victorian Villa renovations and new-builds.

“Not reserved for replacement windows and doors, Fenster Heritage aluminium is a multi-purpose system. Architects are always looking for clever ways to bring natural light into homes in interesting ways and heritage-style, slimline glazing with the distinctive, square set bars is ideal for doing it. 

“Fenster Heritage aluminium is third-party accredited and handmade in Devon by our super-skilled fabricators. It’s a great entry product for installers who want to take the leap into aluminium and grab hold of the heritage glazing market.

“We’ve built our facility and our team so that we can be the reliable and helpful aluminium glazing supplier that installers need. Plus, we’ve created a full support package that includes a unique suite of marketing literature showcasing the Fenster fabricated product range.”

Yesterday’s Looks, Tomorrow’s Performance from Fenster Fabrications

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