Roseview Windows, the specialist uPVC vertical sliding sash window fabricator, has signed three major partnership deals with leading suppliers. Each deal went live on August 1st and means Roseview will be:
- Switching exclusively to the ‘Geofast’ astragal bar from the Georgian Bar Company: Using end milling, the bars fit seamlessly to the frame and to each other, closely replicating the aesthetics of a timber window. Roseview will offer the Geofast system in chamfered or fully-featured designs.
- Offering a new range of window furniture from Balance UK: Roseview will be launching a distinctive new range of window furniture, with some exclusive items, giving their trade customers a competitive advantage.
- Switching exclusively to Titon trickle vents on all windows: Titon is the largest manufacturer and supplier of these products in the UK and their models offer ventilation that no other manufacturer can match.
Sales manager Byron Field comments on these new developments: “All three suppliers are leaders in their respective fields and will further enhance our products, strengthening their position as some of the most authentic, high performance sash windows on the market today.”
Roseview manufacture three sash window ranges, each of which will benefit from these new deals. These products include:
- Charisma Rose: Manufactured using the Eurocell window system, this is ideally suited for new build projects and offers a subtle contemporary look for the modern homeowner.
- Heritage Rose: Manufactured using the Rehau window system, the Heritage Rose has a deep bottom rail and the slimmest sightlines of any uPVC sash window.
- Ultimate Rose: Also made with the Rehau profile, this is Roseview’s premium sash window. Fully mechanically jointed and with a host of authentic features as standard - including Roseview’s in-house developed flush run-through-horn - the Ultimate Rose is specifically designed for situations where only the most authentic aesthetics will suffice.
To look after customer’s needs, Roseview will hold a limited amount of old furniture, bars and vents in order to match up on older projects where necessary.