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Quickslide kicks off 2016 with new 70mm system for casements

Quickslide has celebrated the start of 2016 in style by introducing a 70mm casement window system and new colour options as standard. This upgrade will ensure Quickslide’s customers can continue to enjoy the latest products, and will also provide a perfect match to the Yorkshire based fabricator’s market leading Vertical Slider.

Quickslide’s sales and marketing director, Tom Swallow, said:“We pride ourselves not only on our products but our quality of service, part of which is listening to what our customers want. The introduction of the 70mm system is a response to feedback from our partners who told us that they love our Vertical Slider, but wanted a better looking, more suitable system for their casements.

“To coincide with the launch of the new system, we’ve also introduced a range of new wood-grain finishes as standard across both the casement and Vertical Slider range,” continued Tom.“These will include popular options such as Chartwell green and anthracite grey, as well as a new version of our current Quickslide cream, which is lighter and more popular within the industry.”

With its own in-house state-of-the-art painting facilities, the addition of the new finishes further enhances the appeal of Quickslide’s innovative Vertical Slider and enables customers to choose their VS or casement windows in any colour they want. Coming with a number of other impressive optional features such as run-through or plant-on sash horns, surface mounted astragal bars and Secured By Design accreditation, the introduction of the new 70mm system adds to its extensive range of other premium products that include aluminium bi-folds, sliding patio and Solidor composite doors, WarmCore bi-folding doors and Residence 9 windows.

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Yorkshire-based Quickslide is best-known for its acclaimed sliding sash windows, and the company has been instrumental in bringing this former niche product into the mainstream of the retrofit and new-build markets, but it also manufactures a wide range of other styles of windows and doors for trade and commercial customers. The company’s workforce has grown in the past 12 months with the addition of a further 10 staff and plans to expand again over the next year.

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