Roseview Windows, the specialist sash window fabricator, are marking a triumphant first half of 2016 with the launch of their brand new trade website www.roseview .co.uk
Firmly focused on its industry-leading range of vintage-look uPVC sash windows, the Rose Collection, the new site is packed with detailed information on the Charisma Rose, the Heritage Rose, and the Ultimate Rose, and includes a technical downloads library offering everything an installer needs to fit one of Roseview’s industry-leading products. The site is fully responsive, meaning whether you are using a desktop, tablet or smartphone, the website is easy to view and navigate.
To maximise convenience for Roseview’s sector-spanning customer base, the site also features pages dedicated to the needs of trade clients, architects, homeowners, and even conservation officers – increasingly important for the company, as its incomparably authentic sash windows are cleared for use in more and more conservation areas.
As well as providing a clear and concise overview of Roseview’s market leading products, the site includes a blog section, in which the company will offer commentary on developments in the industry, and invite guest posters to give their thoughts on the state of glass and glazing.
“This is a hugely exciting time in the life of our business,” said Roseview marketing manager Mike Bygrave, who spearheaded the creation of the new site. “We could’ve just updated or refreshed our old website – but we decided to create something completely new, from scratch, to mark this latest phase in our history. It illustrates our commitment to becoming bigger, even better, and firmly establishing the Rose Collection as the most respected and sought-after uPVC sash windows in the UK.”
“Like our windows, we wanted our new site to stand out as something a bit special – not just run of the mill. We manufacture exceptional products, backed up by a friendly, helpful service. We really wanted the new website to reflect that by being informative and useful, while standing out from the crowd. Hopefully that’s what we’ve achieved.” Mike concluded.