Your Price Windows adds the PremiLine PRO and looks forward to a more secure future

Date: 1 July 2016
Source: MH

Date: 1 July 2016

Your Price windows, a London based Kommerling fabricator, has begun manufacturing the high security PremiLine PRO PAS24 in line patio system developed jointly by Fullex Locks and Kommerling.

Your Price have been manufacturing and supplying Retail, Trade and Commercial customers in London and the South East for over 25 years and have seen some significant changes in the PVCu market.

Terry Campbell, Business Development Manager at Your Price commented,

‘Document Q can only be a good thing for the industry and will drive a change to even more secure homes. We already manufacture the Premiline patio door so the PremiLine PRO is simple for us to add to our range, manufacturing times are similar but a huge amount of additional security is gained.

Standard sight-lines for the PremiLine PRO are maintained, due to the locking system fitting between the faces of the Interlock.

The system is also very simple to use, something our customers will love’ The PremiLine PRO PAS24 has been extensively tested to PAS24 and BS6375 and uses a bespoke package of Hardware supplied by Fullex and is available exclusively through Kommerling.

The PremiLine PRO patio door manufactured by Your Price Windows, not only meets and exceeds the requirements of PAS24, Secured by Design and Document Q, but also complies with Lifetime Homes Criterion (15) Glazing and window handle heights ( which calls for operating handles to be fitted below 1200mm.

Your Price windows will also benefit from the PremiLine PRO security guarantee scheme offered by Fullex to Kommerling customers manufacturing the PremiLine PRO PAS24 patio door.

Terry Campbell commented ‘the Fullex secure guarantee offers our customers peace of mind, if Fullex are prepared to offer our customers £1,000 if their hardware fails, they must be confident’.

600450 Your Price Windows adds the PremiLine PRO and looks forward to a more secure future

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