Dempsey Dyer has been in the industry press a lot recently: its new Beaumont range of composite products is gathering momentum and is set to take the market by storm.
The range has been designed to bridge the gap between welded PVC-U and timber and demonstrates Dempsey Dyer’s understanding of the market. Peter Dyer, Dempsey Dyer’s Director is clear about what the range offers. “When we were researching the product, the same concerns came up time and time again. I can’t afford timber. I’m worried about maintaining my wooden windows. I hate the look of the joints. The woodgrain colour options are poor – light oak and rosewood look nothing like our timber windows. The Beaumont Range solves all these problems and I believe it’s destined to change the perception of PVC-U windows forever. It offers the low maintenance of PVC-U with genuine timber aesthetics and we’re so confident in its value that we’re in the process of filing a patent against it.”
Peter is excited about the prospects for the Beaumont range, but is quick to point out that his company couldn’t have developed it without the support of their systems supplier Deceuninck. The range of opening out casements is based on the Deceuninck 2800 series and Peter says, “We’ve been working with Deceuninck for over 28 years and we valued their support in the development of this range.”
A 28 year working relationship certainly suggests a strong partnership, but it’s also an indication of the strength and longevity of Dempsey Dyer itself. The company was founded in 1977 and serves both the trade and commercial markets. It is proud that, even in this time of austerity, it remains debt free, giving reassurance to its customers. However one of its greatest strengths is undoubtedly its range of products: the company manufactures everything from welded PVC-U to high specification timber products and everything in between. Peter says, “We very much see Beaumont as adding to our product range rather than taking away from our PVC-U or timber ranges. I believe it will be an exciting addition to the portfolios of companies with showrooms in affluent areas, where Beaumont will be a unique and valuable offering.”
And with orders already exceeding 150 frames, it seems Peter is right!